Nitrogen toxicity or root damage or combination of both

A question of a fellow grower:
Im struggling with getting watering down and not nute ratio.

Right now i have a plant ridden with the claw. And ive been told its nitrogen toxicity.

I typically feed every 3 days. And i water a little everyday. But i started using smart pots and I found that the plant would dry out faster and when I would water the water wouldn’t soaked all the way through it would spill out the sides.

So I used a chopstick to try and poke holes and aerate the soil and instead I think I just really damaged my roots.

I don’t know if it’s nitrogen toxicity or root damage or combination of both that’s causing the claw.

Thank you in advance for your advice and suggestions.

Need normal light pics. Autopots go by the weight of the pot, when dry they water. And the soil will take a min to start soaking water up, thats normal.
For the orher issue, to hard to see in purple pics

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Yes, need pic’s in natural light.

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