Problem: Sugar Leaves Dying

This plant is in late flowering. I know some yellowing of fan leaves is normal but I’ve never had sugar leaves die like this. Some are entirely brown and just easily pull off. I couldn’t see any mold or any discoloring inside the bud but I don’t really know what I’m looking for if I’m looking for bud rot. The plant I’m concerned about is the tallest one.

Strain: Wedding Cake Autoflower from ILGM
Soil: Happy Frog
Vessels: 3 gal smart pot
PH: 6.4
PPM: Feeding NFTG. PPM is around 300-500
Indoor Grow
Light system: Mars Hydro TS 1000. About 6 inches above tallest bud
Temps: 71-75
Humidity:49-55
Ventilation system: 4 inch
AC, Humidifier, De-humidifier: All three
Co2: No

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It’s normal for plants to yellow later in flowering, but it looks a little excessive in this case. A support ticket could be helpful. I’m particularly interested in knowing your runoff pH and PPM.

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I added the support ticket above. I was told to do slurry tests when growing with Nectar For The Gods. My last slurry for this plant showed 6.6 PH and 176 ppm. I am feeding NFTG Spartan regimen and feeding it the maximum recommended. Going in, PH was 6.4 and ppm was 570.