What deficiency do you see in this leaf

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I flushed out the plant Friday, does this look like nute block, or possible light burn
What deficiency do you see in this leaf
 
BearWater

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It looks like a K deficiency (looked it up online) take this with a grain of salt and let someone else confirm or correct what I stated : ) as far as fixing it I cant comment on that. If you dont get a better response in while bump this thread : ) good luck!
 
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Calcium. Maybe potassium. How long has it looked like this and what stage are you in the grow
 
LoveGrowingIt

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I flushed out the plant Friday, does this look like nute block, or possible light burn
I don't think it's either of those. It could be calcium and it could be manganese, which is rare. I'd treat it for calcium deficiency first.
 
Stokes

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Yeah id say she needs calcium. What strength of your nutes were you using before a flush was advised? And what were you planning to start back up with? Definitely want to get calmag back in there, their levels have a massive impact on macros uptake
 
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Im looking for a label for those nutrients and csnt find anything where it mentions calmag. I did see something where it mentioned that calcium is included in the boost, were you using it as a 3 part feeding regimen?
 
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Will the epson salts work for cal mag?, I was told it would I also use Vegamatrix and blossom bloom
Hers is a picture of the plant two days ago when I flushed it outView attachment 2174700
Im looking for a label for those nutrients and csnt find anything where it mentions calmag. I did see something where it mentioned that calcium is included in the boost, were you using it as a 3 part feeding regimen?
yes I added it with the vegamatrix and blossom feed
 
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They where trying to help thought there is a mute bloke at roots. Am new at this and any and all advice I tend to take
 
Stokes

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They where trying to help thought there is a mute bloke at roots. Am new at this and any and all advice I tend to take
Did you recently up your feed?
Because most nutrition issues occur after a feed change, or right where youre at right now. Up to this point it really only needed nitrogen, and a little phosphorus and potassium. Now that flipped and you need loads (relatively) of p/k and not near as much N. Im not sure what the plant looked like before flush, but unless something drastically changed id say it was hungry more than anything
 
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