Can ya post a pic of the whole plant? If it's just the older, bigger leafs I wouldn't worry about it too much.Went to feed the plants today and noticed a few leaves on GMO were turning to a light yellow. Can anybody give me some possible answers as to why this would happen?
Nitrogen deficiency starts by yellowing in the lowers but plants will also cannibalize their own leafs as they go throughout flower. The biggest, least efficient ones are usually the first to go. Id just take it slow and watch what she does before changing too much up.
I could be completely wrong, but if she was hungry it would be for something like P or K with different symptoms