What’s going on fellow Growers. I’m trying to figure out what’s going on with one of my girls. As you know, outdoor flower is about to start and I gave this Strawberry Cough a decent trim, removing lots of fan leaves that covered Bud sites and open up for more air flow. The days following the trim I noticed the plant started to lose its color. My initial thought was, nitrogen so I re amended the soil with the same recipe I used to start. A mix of down to earth organic amendments was applied on 7-21. I know it takes a week or two for amendments to be broken down and become available to the plant so to get a little food to this thing faster, I decided to use superthrive plant food 4-1-1 at 2 tbsp per gallon, watered at 6.5 hoping it would hold it over until fertilizer became available. That was done yesterday. I came out today and noticed a few of the leaves had the claw, and some slightly burned tips. This this being my first outdoor run, I’m confused at this point. It looked like it was hungry for nitrogen, I gave it nitrogen and now it looks to be burnt and clawing, but just slightly. Any ideas why it would slow down in growth and turn neon all over? Thank everyone for your feedback in advance!
What strain, ILGM strawberry cough
Method: Soil, sunshinemix#4. No till recipe with Down to earth organic fertilizer, organic compost
Vessels: Pots- 15 gal nursery pot
PH of Water, Solution, 6.3-6.5
PPM/TDS or EC n/a
Temps; southeast US, hot, humid