Watered with Molasses and caused this?

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3gal R .O. water/ 1 tsp Unsulfer Backstab Molasses (feeds 3), PHed UP to 6.4. Burnt the crap of em looks like, i just dont know how that could have happened?. Checked PH with drops and with meter before watering. All fan leaves are like this and starting to spread (this is one day after water). Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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a bottle of molasses wouldnt do this,much less a tsp.

Agreed. I'd look elsewhere.. That doesn't look like a burn but more like a deficiency/toxicity

I found this which is similar to yours

 
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Dang, now im wondering if this was the same thing ive been chasing with my other soils. This was the 1st thing added to water on these plants. Only PHed RO water has been used. Whatever it is it happened overnight and now its very odd to me that molasses was used when i stared getting issues last time, now this time its the only thing is added.
 
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Agreed. I'd look elsewhere.. That doesn't look like a burn but more like a deficiency/toxicity

I found this which is similar to yours

Your right, this looks like it. Just like they are saying, the veins are reversed from what ive seen before.
 
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If I member right just like Mg and Fe is the reverse of that. I think it's S that does that. Maybe try epsom folair and see if that helps. That is just a band aid tho since if it is S, it's gonna be a PH issue or a lockout from way too much P.

Just saw the pic above. Prob confirms it's S since it's at the top of the plant. S is one of those weird ones cause its not immobile or mobile. it's in between.

If it ends up being a deficency (which I highly doubt) epsom salt on a feed. Just be warned S isnt something that goes away quickly.
 
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If I member right just like Mg and Fe is the reverse of that. I think it's S that does that. Maybe try epsom folair and see if that helps. That is just a band aid tho since if it is S, it's gonna be a PH issue or a lockout from way too much P.

Just saw the pic above. Prob confirms it's S since it's at the top of the plant. S is one of those weird ones cause its not immobile or mobile. it's in between.

If it ends up being a deficency (which I highly doubt) epsom salt on a feed. Just be warned S isnt something that goes away quickly.
Thank you, i believe you nailed this one. Ill get them on an Epsom feed ASAP and see how they turn out.
So i watered Sunday at 3pm and they were beautiful, at 2pm today they were like this. Happens quick. Not what i wanted half way into flower lol but o well. Ill note it and prep soil better next round.
 
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11HICK11, There is a thread posted by Hpo777 concerning the Bro Science of using Blackstrap molasses that might interest you. It's toward the end of the first page of new posts.
 
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11HICK11, There is a thread posted by Hpo777 concerning the Bro Science of using Blackstrap molasses that might interest you. It's toward the end of the first page of new posts.

Minus the bro science and the whole sugar thing blackstrap is a nute. Micros, Mg, and P. Mg being the "booster" for flower.
 
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