?Nitrogen Deficiency? Or what help

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Leaves turning yellow, burnt tips and slowed growth.

Probably a root zone problem
 
RainFlowerFarms

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Need more info, but if your feeding proper then I'd look at soil pH. Have you flushed them at all during their life? May be too late but may be the the cause of a root zone problem, if that is the case.
 
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This looks like it could be a combination of things. It could be being burned by the light. I'm not convinced it's a root zone problem. Leaves seem to be expanding, there's no indication of micronutrient problems, which you'd see when the pH is off.

Note the lower leaves don't have as many issues — just some leaf tip burn. How close are the tops to the light?
 
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What nutrients are youbusing?

Media and pot size?

Watering practices?

Ph,ppm of nutrient solution when feeding?

Temp humidity?
 
Refferru

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I feed them all the same but the one with yellow leafs is a fast version so it must require more nutrients but what kind
 
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Aqua Man

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I feed them all the same but the one with yellow leafs is a fast version so it must require more nutrients but what kind
Ok but can you answer the questions so we can confirm instead of speculate.

I would tend to agree there is a difference between them and there is a way to tell what it is but there is a process to go through to figure that out
 

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