I Can’t get my plant stabilized

I burned my plant a month or so ago and can’t seem to get it stabilized. I flushed it really well and withheld feeding for a week. I have started back feeding every other day at half strength but the leaf tips look burned and it loses leaves every day.

My other plants have stabilized and are back on a regular feeding schedule. They are growing and looking good.

Are they starving or burned?

What strain, Seed bank, or bag seed (photo or auto): **Bag seed
Age of plant/what week of flower: **Four months, starting pre flower
Method: **Soil
Vessels: 5-gallon fabric pots
PH and TDS of Water **6.86, 686 PPM)
PPM/TDS or EC of nutrient solution if applicable: FF Grow Big and Big Bloom
Method used to measure PH and TDS: pen
Indoor or Outdoor if indoor, size of grow space Outdoors
Light system LED, MH/HPS/CMH/Fluorescents, or other:
Actual wattage draw of lights: **NA
Current Light Schedule: NA
Temps: Day, Night 81-100+F
Humidity: **Day, Night 20
Ventilation system: **NA
AC, Humidifier, De-humidifier: NA
Co2: NA

All new growth looks healthy, looks like you got it. The damaged leaves will not recover.


It has looked like this for a month or more. I’m hoping it comes out of it.

Remove the damaged leaves and it will.


Thanks. I spent some time trimming and removing damaged leaves. I feel better about its prospects.


i would high up the ppm but as you burn it i would not do that,just remove the dead leafs and you good to go

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Removing damaged leaves has the same effect on overall growth that lollipoping does to bud tops.

I’m continuing to lose leaves. The photos are my Critical Mass plant, about three weeks into flowering. I’m currently feeding her Grow Big and Big Bloom (about 1/3 of the package dose) and a tea.

I have been ph balancing the feeding but the soil still has a high ph of 7.5 and I’m losing leaves like crazy. I flushed everything two weeks ago.

Is the oh my only problem; and how do I reduce the soil ph? I cringe every time I feed them.

To what? Maybe lower the ph?

Nutrient solutions were around 6.

Cal-Mag? Calcium in particular.


Four weeks into flower and I’m killing leaves like crazy. I let them go a week with water only. Two days ago I fed them one tbls Big Bloom and one tsp of a 3-3-2 fish and seaweed mix, all per gallon of rainwater.

I raised the ph of the nutrient mixture from 5.5 to 6.1 with baking soda and used a little over a gallon on each plant. The next morning leaves on all the plants were turning yellow.

This has been a continuing problem and I don’t know which way to turn. Should I keep doing the same thing since they’re so mature? Should I feed the more? Feed them less?

I just did a runoff test; ph is 7.1, ppm is 352.