Nitrogen toxicity or over watering?

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Hey guys! I’m growing in fox farms using nature’s pride as nutes! I think I might have a nitrogen toxicity or maybe some over watering. The soil is pretty dry now but the pots still have some weight to em. Let me know what y’all think!

I also moved my light closer a few days ago and I water with ph 6.1 🤷‍♂️
 
euphoria526

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agreed. It looks more overwatering than plain N tox.
you’d get more of a claw for N tox. Similar to one of your pics but wayyyyy more exaggerated. Are the bottoms still feeling moist at all?
 
Moshmen

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overwatered for sure- nitro tox is starting see how dark green it is , and you are starting to “claw”
lights ! What light and how close? Looks a lot like light stress as well. - it’s prolly a combination of all three IMO. Slow down on nutes , raise the light back up, and don’t water till the pot feels like it’s full of styrofoam. ( couple days) and I’ll bet the flatten right out
 
Oldguy71

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A phosphorus deficiency would cause the dark green leaves and the red stripes on the stems. Ph on the higher side? Maybe increase your pk to n ratio
 
Vexxic

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agreed. It looks more overwatering than plain N tox.
you’d get more of a claw for N tox. Similar to one of your pics but wayyyyy more exaggerated. Are the bottoms still feeling moist at all?
They were actually pretty root bound too tbh I went ahead and reposted and they perked up a little. Still looking stressed though
 
Vexxic

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overwatered for sure- nitro tox is starting see how dark green it is , and you are starting to “claw”
lights ! What light and how close? Looks a lot like light stress as well. - it’s prolly a combination of all three IMO. Slow down on nutes , raise the light back up, and don’t water till the pot feels like it’s full of styrofoam. ( couple days) and I’ll bet the flatten right out
I’m running growers choice roi-e680 on 100% about 3 feet above the canopy. Maybe turn it down a little?
 
Moshmen

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Maybe just a tad until they recover from the transplant , with new soil added to the mix they will prolly perk right up looks like good healthy roots
 
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