Wilting plants brown on the tips

I have had 1 plant completely wilt away. This all happened over the last couple of days. I water every other day. Follow the nutrient schedule through Bergmen. I use all their Fertilizers. i GO THROUGH A WATER CAN PER 4 PLANTS. Anybody can help I sure need it,
Today I had 3 more plants wilting. I used the Forest Floor for planting. When I checked the the dead plants soil it was moist not over watered???

Sounds like nutrient burn. If you are using too much of one thing, usually nitrogen. Remember the NPK (N nitrogen. P phosphate, K potash/potassium)
numbers keep rising with more nutrition. Or your soil can be too acidic already and adding even a several nutrient brew thats between 6 and 7 you can kill your plants. Especially if their younger plants teens, seedlings, clones…OR…
If their younger plants that haven’t seen sunlight yet
Sunburn can happen if it gets too hot
If your grow container is black and/or not big enough and the hot sun is too hot for the soil.
If you are at a high enough altitude to properly oxygenate plants
You can text me. Name is David. Been growing for quite a while
(530) 216-3591

Are you testing for ph. Do you have a ph pen, what are your ppms

I will test PH. It’s been around 6.8. Thanks again for any help, My PPM has been in the 600’s

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