Just very tips of leaves curling down

My plant looks otherwise healthy n is flowering fast but the very tips of leaves are curling down. Didn’t see this with my other plants and am doing the same so not sure what might be off. I could seem to find anything about this searching. Just brings up clawing or whole leaf curling but not just very tips. Anyone have an idea of what I messed up on or what issue solution is? Thank you very much! It a pink kush cbd auto flower if that would mean anything.

Many symptoms have multiple possibilities and clawing which is what they are doing it’s just not bad. Most of the time it’s to much nitrogen but heat can cause it to. Every plant is going to be different and can be sensitive and sick while the same strain plant growing right next to it will be happy


Just lighting up on any feeding you maybe doing. More then likely it is Nitrogen toxicity. And it isnt a doomsday situation. Straight water for a week or so and she should be fine.

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I have seen that before but the Leaves were very dark green. Can you have nitrogen toxicity and the leaves be normal colored? If anything I’d say they look slightly less green

Oh I have been just watering n not feeding since I noticed but it’s only been a few days. Will the tips that are curled down become normal if I fix the issue or will the always stay like that?
Ty both!

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Yea unless burned and crispy, they normally straighten out upon correction. Just stay the course. She should eat it out sooner then later. Water only for a bit. If u feed, PK with a dash of calmag

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