Light Burn or Nutrient Burn

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drinkingcoffeeinmaine

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Any help is appreciated.
I haven't fed my plants for a bit, as a couple weeks ago I noticed some clawing of the leaves.
I let them dry out and worked on getting watering more dialed, as some thoughts on this forum thought the issue could have been a watering problem as well as hot soil. I haven't used liquid fertilizer and relied on amending the soil at the outset, which I was a little heaving handed with, for sure.
I put the littlest bit of fishbone meal (like barely any) on the top 2 weeks ago, but other than that its been water - besides trifecta and captain jacks to address some munching on the leaves (thinking thrips based on damage).
Noticed burns on new growth today, pretty much every plant.
Realized I hadn't raised the lights so I am wondering if its light burn.
If it is lite burn, I was wondering how, along with lifting the lites, if there is anything to be done to address it.
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FistingNuns

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It's not light burn. It's nutrient burn its on the new growth not just at the top but on the lower new growth.
 
drinkingcoffeeinmaine

drinkingcoffeeinmaine

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It's not light burn. It's nutrient burn its on the new growth not just at the top but on the lower new growth.
Thanks, I was afraid that was the case.
Do you have any thoughts why it would happen if I hadn't been feeding the plants.
 
FistingNuns

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You posted about having hot soil. With organics it doesn't show up right away like synthetics. That is not light burn.
 
drinkingcoffeeinmaine

drinkingcoffeeinmaine

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I made a thread about my strawberry cola. It's grown in rockwool. Look at the photo's It has some nutrient burn tips. My light is hps 10 inches away not light burn.
Thanks, I appreciate it.
Not much can be done I am assuming. I flushed pretty hard a couple weeks ago.
 
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