One of my cheese plants is not happy with the way I’m treating her… A week ago her pH was low, 5.7, so I added Dolomite Lime (have read that a better stabilizer is oyster shells so I have just got a bag of that now, and have administered to many of my plants). I’ve researched it a bit and found pictures that look like my cheese plant and the advice was " This is a deficiency, even though it looks a little like nutrient burn The main clue is the yellow striping on the leaves. Another clue is the brown tips are going in further than typical nutrient burn." Problem with the advice is that it doesn’t specify what the deficiency is. Another site stated my pH was too high… easy enough to find that out, I’ll post pics and go out and water and test it. Advice is welcome, thanks.
thankfully I don’t see any such stripes or problems in the rest of the garden: