Ok i have been banging my head against the wall trying to figure out what is wrong with this girl she is a london pound cake , bag seed , 2nd time to grow outside in rhe deep south…the leaves have been turning yellow and burnt tips to where they are brown and falling off , like a nitrogen deficiency so i got some liquid nitrogen and added it to the feeding schedule with no improvement so after reading some more things kind of pointed to a zinc and iron deficiency… i got the zinc/iron liquid yesterday and added it to the feeding schedule, yesterday being the 1st day to add it …i have noticed today that the leaves are curling now a little more than before has anyone ever seen this and what os this girl trying to tell me
I should say it has been in the mid 90’s during the day and low 80’s at night for about 3 weeks
The burnt tips was an indication that she was taking up all the nutrients that she could. The dark green leaves says she has too much nitrogen in the soil already. The calling of the leaves has to do with too much nitrogen in the soil or she’s trying to hide cuz it’s too hot. Keep in mind though I’m just a rookie the other Growmies will chime in here soon
Thanks for the input… the leaves were lime green before i started adding the nitrogen ive backed off since that wasnt the issue with the yellowish of the leaves. It is definitely too hot for sure last year was not this hot this early. I have 3 other plants 2 super silver haze and another LPC and they are not showing these signs thats y i thought it might not be the heat
If it’s the bottom leaves no worries. She feeds off the leaves so if the bottom ones are not receiving enough light she will stop using them and turn her nutes towards something else.
Well the most of the yellow/burnt leaves r on bottom but they have moved up to the top now . Mostly the large shade leaves but now its starting to do it to the smaller ones too, im freaked out cause im not sure if shes missing something or just getting too hot