It's a nute burn for sure, top fan leaves are more affected meaning an uptake or absorption of too much of one thing since you were using sulfer more recently I'd say more than likely that's your cause. Either through the roots or through the leaves themselves. Id do a complete wash of just normal water maybe with a small amount of aloe, soil flush and foliage rinse ASAP with twice as much water than normal for first water, let the soil dry one more day than normal than just water normally rest watering then water heavily again and rinse. Just back off the additives to the water for a week or two and repeat watering process, since you're growing organic no need to worry about exesive water too much, the microbes and soil life handle that and actually they prefer moisture in soil rather than drying out periods of soil, but definitely cut the extras in the water for two weeks then resume with smaller doses just to be safe. Hopefully with the ganja gods on your side you garden of weeden will be A OK.
Plants Look beautiful otherwise and I can tell they were heartbreakers before the accident. They'll turn around if you caught it in time so no worries be Happy gowmie Happy growing and hazy harvests my friend. Never give up.
Aloe is the one thing in my garden I am missing because the only source I know that's reliable is buildasoil and it's $75 for one bag. Do you have another suggestion? They have been on a light straight pH'd water diet for the past week (this happened last Friday) Today I am giving them a bit of compost tea. How do you feel about picking the injured leaves off at this point in flower (week 3)? My thoughts are that they are still photosynthesizing..but others have said it's more of a burden on the plant but haven't they been through enough already? Eekkks.