Sudden wilting in auto flowers

Came home today to find my auto flowers like this
These photos are from two different plants
Please help me

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Is that really close to their bed time If so thats normal also certain leaves will point at angles if it thinks they’re getting more light that way

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Looks like it might be a magnesium deficiency. Do you have a pic in regular light?

What strain, Seed bank, or bag seed blueberry and amnesia haze auto flowers from Ilgm
Week 3-4 flowering
• Method: Soil Ocean mix from fox farm

• Vessels: Pots, Plastic with drainage

• PH of Water going in 6. Run off 7.09

• EC of nutrient solution is 4830 micro/cm

• Indoor

• Light system king Led 1000

• Temps; 22

• Humidity; 40%

• Ventilation system; Yes,

• AC, yes

• Co2; No

These photos are without the grow light

4380 PPM? That is really high and you can see some nute burn on the plant. I suggest a flush and then proceed feeding lightly going forward. I’m not sure what fertilizer product you are using, but most nute sellers have feed schedules that are too aggressive. Fox Farm nutrients, for instance, does this. Some growers (self included) only feed at 50% of the recommended strength such that you have runoff PPMs ~1,000 PPM.

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Yeah so far I’ve only used fox farm so I guess it must be that
Is the bud size normal for this week in flowering… I’ve been wondering if I need to add co2 to increase the yield

CO2 isn’t going to help with the light you have. CO2 demands intense light levels to make a difference.

Flower size looks okay.

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Thank you :pray:

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