What is causing this discoloration on the leaves?


#1


#2

My guess would be your pH. Have you watered with any tap water??


#3

Yes, I did. I also put a little plant food on the top soil, maybe a little too much?


#4

Fill out the support ticket and the pros will be around to help.

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Soil in pots, Hydroponic, or Coco?

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PH of runoff or solution in reservoir?
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What is strength of nutrient mix? EC, or TDS

Indoor or Outdoor
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#5

you have a picture of the whole plant?


#6

Please fill out the support ticket as that will best help us. Have you checked for parasites? Is this outdoor?

PH is likely the issue.


#7


#8

what kind of plant food? how much? last time you watered it?


#9

Moc špatný pH, chce to něco na zotavení, znáš vita fit od hessi? Very bad pH, wants something to recover, you know vita fit from hessi?


#10

You need to fill out the support ticket.


#11

Checked my ph and it was around 7.5. Used a little vinegar and water to hopefully bring it back to a closer 6.5 to 7.


#12

6.3 - 6.8 is the range you want to target. 7 is too high for certain nutrients to be properly absorbed.


#13

thanks, hopefully I didn’t do too much damage.


#14

These girls can be finicky about some things, but they’re also pretty resilient.