These plants are getting wind burn but what is this? A deficiency? A pest? This is hemp watered at 550ppm 6.5ph in a 3 gallon pot with tuper
Looks like some gnarly wind and possible nute burn
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Her we go
So what soil are you using?
Tuper, it’s a coco like soil by royal gold
500 ppm is low. She’s hungry. The bad leaves are wind burn but your ppm is low
It’s hemp it doesn’t take strong ppms
Oh sorry missed that it’s hemp. Not my world but good luck