Nute burn or nitrogen deficiency

Need help not sure if I have a nitrogen deficiency or nute burn. Everything was going great till last week which was week 5 for germination then started seeing lower leafs turning yellow and then tips turning brown on the upper leafs Running fox farm ocean forest.

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Do you know the runoff PPM?

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Nute burn an possibly the very beginning of nitrogen or potassium deficiency a lil hard to tell

Welcome to the community!
Can you tell us a bit more about what you’re feeding and how often?

Looks like a few older leaves are starting to die off. Which is normal, especially being on the bottom.
I would definitely still be feeding if you’re not.
The brown tips on the leaves is a hint of nutrient burn, but that was the past (bottom older growth) as long as the top leaves and leaves that came in during the stretch look good, that’s the newer growth.

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No I don’t have a ppm tester as this is my first grow so still learning a lot.

Welcome to the community !

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I havnt been feed a lot since I’m running in soil. I started at week 4 with cal-mag 1ml micro .5ml grow .5ml bloom .5ml all fox farm. Feed twice a week and then just phed water between feedings



Couple more pictures hope these help.

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I would remove the yellowing fan leaves, I would continue to feed, but more often. This is the stage where they’re most demanding.

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Yep I’m with @Covertgrower they look a bit hungry.