Team, think this could be nutes burn as well but like to get your thoughts.
No space restrictions. She’s in a 4 inch peat pot to start.
Jiffy natural & Organic Seed starting mix - soil less medium incl peat moss, vermiculite, and lime, and i added perlite.
7.0 ph of soil
Pure Kelp plant food every other day
One feeding last week with a 8-4-4 herb/veggie mix derived from oilseed extract, Bonnie Plant Food
One tsp. feeding last week with a 5-7-3 tomato/veg/herb fertilizer, Dr. Earth homegrown organic.
Past two weeks I sprayed everyday, once, on both leaves and soil with neem oil (i was able to stop a spider mite breakout) stopped spraying about 5 days ago.
Last week I tried a feeding with liquid co2 for fish tanks! Maybe that what did it…
EC/TDS/PPM levels? Don’t know.
No temp regulation, but the weather is 70° low and 88° highs, and 71° at 7:45AM
No humidity reg but humidity is 75% here
One 60 watt CFL in a heat lamp reflector clamp
Ventilation system? N/A
Humidifier, De-humidifier? N/A
Vegetative stage, from seed germinated 7/6/2015
Now that I write it all down, I’m sure it’s nute-burn but this is the first time i’ve gotten so far with a plant and I was scared when I saw the cotleyons browning - only to find out that’s normal!!
I really want to know if the neem oil hurt her.
And if liquid CO2 is a bad idea.
I appreciate any feedback.
If you look real close you can see the tips yellowing. I have flushed lightly last night and the day before yesterday and it seems to at least halted the spotting/yellowing. I have another one from bag seed that is 100% green (except for the damage from the mites on the first true leaves) but the tips are curling under at the tips so I think I could have over did it a bit. Same conditions on that one except I did one spray of insecticidal soap b/c that’s the one that had the mites. Other than curling, has recovered nicely with just a little stunted growth only.