Same plants and pots as the other pic?
Thanks for taking the time to reply dude i truly appreciate it. I usually don’t get into multi feeds until they get into their forever pots. I always end up with crazy green algae if i do that. Even now lots of algae on top of the pots so i would assume they’re moist? I flower in 3 gals nd i usually am feeding abt 4 times in flower with the setup i run. I just have never run into this before. I will dim lights back and see if that helps. This is my first run in tents so that was leading me to think light burn or something. Just one of those grow mysteries i guess. Thanks againPotassium deficiency. Stop the mag sulphate for now.
no direct wind on the plants and feed more often to keep a stable root zone.
reduce light intensity a bit until sorted. The leaves are showing some transpiration stress and thats driven by light.
dont go to huge pots 1-3 gal is perfect for coco with 70/30 you just need to feed less more often.
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