Tip burn

My plant has progressed Tip Burn over the last week. It was just on a few fan leafs now it’s on all of them. I have calibrated my ph proble and everything is fine. The temperature is between 76-85 throughout the day. I’m on day 22/44 of flowering stage.
I also noticed bottle #4 is almost empty before all the others, any specific explanation for this? THANKS!

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I may be wrong, but isn’t tip burn during flowering somewhat normal? Have you opened a ticket with support?

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Your roots look like theyre getting overdosed with food. Try to keep your water topped up more often during this stage

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Yes I did open a ticket with support. They are saying it’s normal but this happened in less than a week. So support mentioned that I should add one cup of RO or distilled water to your system between drain/fills. I’m going to see if this helps.

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Yeah its most likely what they and @ToddYYC have suggested. Just slight nutrient burn. It’ll probably be more than a cup. I fill a pitcher during flower and it takes it all

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Thanks everyone! I’ll try adding more water once a week between drain/fill. I’ll upload pics in about a week or 2 to see if it helped.

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Update. So I’ve been adding water between drain and fills also cleaned my ph probe but the tips seem to be getting more brown and crusty. Also my roots seem to be getting g a dark brown colored on them and coco pod growing i think mold? I have 4 days left of flower and another 10 days to flush. My plant looks ready, there’s no more white hairs and they turned orange. Should I go into flush early to prevent any more problems?

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@Tone,

  • (Normal to happen at the end of the plant’s life span):

https://www.allgrowers.com/search?q=trichomes

  • ((#YourGrowYourCall)): :herb:

  • ((#Trichomes)): :eye::microscope::video_camera:

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