Good day to all! I am a new grower and I am running into problems on my 34rd week of auto flowers I have a lemon haze that has spots on it and a trans Siberian that is turning yellow at the tip. I’ve been told it could be nute burn and I may need to flush them both but I am not sure that is the case and I’m not completely certain that I know how to flush plants. Can someone help me?
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Sure hope you are meaning 3rd to 4th week and not 34th week, because that would be a long time for an autoflower.
The strains with struggles are the trans Siberian and the lemon haze. I bought both of them off of seedsman. I am using a mix of soil and coca perlite.
The temp and humidity is always constant as shown and the lights are on 24/7.
The lemon looks like a couple of phenos that I have gotten from auto seeds. Just let her do her thing. The Siberian looks like the leaf contacted the soil at some point.
Ok so i shouldn’t stress about them right now they are doing fine?
Yes doing fine.
When is it to late to top and low stress train my plants. I just tried training them today but i am not sure if i am doing it right. But mainly i want to know if i can still top my plants now without damaging them. I definitely need the space because i am growing 5 plants in a 4x4 and i also dont know if i need to because they are all auto plants.