Whats happening to my girls?

Using foxfarm ocean forrest/happy frog 5050feedimg heavy16 bud a and b and heavy 16 fire


Started off lighter i was worried so i gave them all a thorough flush, 3 days later its worse

Welcome to the community. @MeEasy @Covertgrower @MidwestGuy @OGIncognito @Myfriendis410
You guys know what this is?
Did you flush and feed in the same day? If not it could explain the reason it got worse.
Visually It looks like advanced manganese deficiency.

What is your runoff ph like? Mang deficiency commonly brought on by high ph.

This flow chart may help you figure out what it is.

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Add a lil epsom salt 1/4-1/2 teaspoon to some of your feeds should help

Appreciate the tag @Docnraq and agree while rare it does resemble a manganese deficiency also agree with @GreenSnek on adding some epson salts to your feeding routine :love_you_gesture:

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Looks like potassium deficiency to me. I would increase flowering nutrients, and adding epsom won’t hurt either.


Id listen to covert over me anyday. Still visually, anf without any frame of refrence its hard to ID problems. Fill out that support ticket.