Hello ! Well it's looks like a phosphorous deficiency to me , the brown necrosis on the leaves are a sign of P def. But as your plant looks healthy and only one leaf is touch then I think you had some water on the leaf ( 2 or 3 drops ) which created a loup effect and burn the plants. I hope it's not a phosphorous def but it's too early to really say I'm 100% sure. Hope it will help you :grin::raised_hands:
Having persistent yellow/brown spots on my leaves. Took a close up picture to show them better. I adjusted my nutrient schedule to increase phosphorus content. pH is checked daily. What else can I do to eliminate the problem?
To me your just over feeding them abit . I would slow down on the amount of nutrients fed not the strength but the amount . Instead of watering them every time with nutrients try doing it 2-3 times . Your leaves look really dark which is a good sign of nitrogen toxicity like every is talking about but there are no signs of burns . I would also recommend only using Bloom solution this way you can be assured that its the same every time . Not that this will have a huge effect if your monitoring it but some nutrient systems don't mix well . I would also reduce the amount of CalMg being fed your aren't running into any deficiency of either . This will hopefully correct any lock outs you have . I hope you find this information useful . -Happy Growing!
Hello ! Yes you can ! If you'r planing to flush soon then you can remove all the fan leaves without harming your plant or your yield. And if you want less work after the drying process then you can also wet trim your plant just before harvest , if you are lucky you will even get enough scissor hash to make a spliff. I hope it will help you :grin::+1: