So I started my grow about a month ago and noticed a few opaque, glossy spots on a couple plants. Didn’t think to much of it but last week they started getting a bit bigger and I also noticed a couple small, yellow dots covering some leaves. After some research I figured it might be spider mites so I sprayed all my plants down using an organic bug spray.
Well Ive been out of town for a couple days and upon returning all my plants have pretty substantial damage to the tips of the leaves. They’re yellow, crumbling and a few have some yellow spots further up the leaf.
Try taking a picture under normal light or at lights out with flash. Hard to see under blurple light. My initial thought is water droplets or leaves touching wet soil but can’t be positive under lighting picture was taken under
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Looks like nutrients got splashed on it.
Second scenario the leaf touched the soil when the plant got watered/nutrients. Both will cause this. Usually the leaves that touch the ground don’t stay around long.
Flush man flush. Something has you jacked up. You dont know your ph out so it could be it and causing a lock out. Do you know your tds/ppm out? I have one plant now in FFOF I know HF is not as hot but you maybe feeding to much and you tds/ppm out will tell you that. Flush 3 times the pot size and set your ph. What ever it is that will possibly fix it without knowing ph out or ppms. Then let the plant dry all the way out and feed lightly next watering.