What is your pH going in and out? Last time fed? Type of soil? Looks like nute burn. Let’s see what the others think.
Im not sure about my ph levels but there given regular tap water every two days, im using black gold potting mix/ 0.05-0.0-0.0
Have you ever fed her any nutrients?
Last time i gave bottled nutrients was roughly almost 2 weeks ago
She could be hungry then. That soil has no nutrents in it so you need to feed her on a regular basis. Follow the feed schedule of the nutrients you are using. My schedule is water water feed.
Do you have a pH tester and a TDS tester. This could also be a pH issue. more help @garrigan62
It don’t figure cause that’s a sure sign of " NUTRIEN BURN "
when you last fed her how much did you give her and please be honest. I’m not being an ass or being a smart ass. it’s just we need to know cause that’s nutrient burn and just cause you haven’t fed for a few day’s doesn’t mean that you didn’t before hand. It may take a few days to start showing up.
This time you have got it before it got full blown.
Flush her out real good and let her dry out for a few days.
then restart your feeding at 50% and see how they react . Hopefully you should be good to go. and check that P H in your soil
Yeah of course man your good i really appreciate the help, i dont use the fertilzer much at all because im scared to hurt my plants the last time i use nutrients was around two weeks ago and it was a lot and i didnt mix it well. I water once every two days with regular water and have been using this new potting mix called “black gold”. Im being honest when i say i dont use nutes much so thats why i was so surprised, i thought it was light burn but im using 300 watt and its almost 20 inches away from it so i crossed that possibilty out. Thank you so.much for the help i really hope they survive and pull through especially after the flush
I was checking out that black gold soil. Which bag did you order it’s important for me to know
Its the black gold natural and organic potting mix plus fertilizer. 0.05-0.0-0.0/ thats what it says on the bag. Thank you so much please let me know what you can find
Here it is here: not a bad soil but it is full of natural fertilizers. Discontinue the use of additional fertilizers as this soil has plenty.
I would strongly suggest you get a better handle on your PH. You could very easily water at the wrong PH, locking OUT nutrients (making them unavailable) then accidentally hitting the magic PH delivers ALL of that to your plant, causing nute burn. A digital PH meter, not a soil probe type. One you can calibrate.
Nutrient burn… too many nutrients… only water from here on out for awhile… maybe 5 to 7 weeks… just water with ph 6.5 … that’s it and 0 to 100 ppm water will be fine…
This is what you call … TRIPLE " A " SUPPER SERVICE INFORMATION
You saved me from 3 months of pain:joy: thanks man
Thank you!! i was extremely worried, Will my plant still grow alright as i continue with regular water?
Do you evaporate the chlorine out of your tap water. (for city water) If you are using well water this is not necessary.