Dying Tips of Leaves In Flower

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Does anyone know what's going on with my plant? I first noticed something was off about a week ago when I saw small leaves on the bottom yellowing and dying. I've been slowly working on a solution to this, but when I checked on it today I found a lot of the leaves on the top have started to die on the tips. I am cautious about overfertilizing/overwatering but I really am lost on this one.
 

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The damage will never heal but new growth will be fine
Everyone burns a few tips , It is the plants way of saying don't over feed me LOL
How many ppms are you feeding. I like to go half of the max they tell you to feed.
 

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The damage will never heal but new growth will be fine
Everyone burns a few tips , It is the plants way of saying don't over feed me LOL
How many ppms are you feeding. I like to go half of the max they tell you to feed.

I haven't used a TDS meter because I had no fertilizer issues up until this point, but I just bought one to make sure I don't make this mistake in the future. I have also watched a few videos about nute burn that recommend flushing so I am using tap water for the next few days and then I'll reintroduce smaller amounts of fert.
Will the burn have a significant impact on the yield? The damage is a bit extensive, though my camera doesn't seem to pick up all of it. I am just concerned that I may have ruined my plant, as a lot of the sugar leaves have been burned.
 

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def nute burn, lighten up abit and dont spray on the leaves or buds


keep her growing, just keep doing water for a couple times, itll wash it out the bottom and let her need the nutes again for a week then feed below last schedule but looks good id keep her growing lol
 

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Here it is under regular light. My TDS meter just arrived so I’ll be looking at guides for good ppm levels.
 

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Ive been growing for yrs and have never checked PPMs or TDS. I check my PH and thats it. Never had a problem that wasn't nutrient pacific or heat related.
 

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I finally gave in today and gave it some nutrients. The flush was rather helpful but it seems like the damage has been done and there’s not much else I can do about it. From now on I’ll probably feed this plant half the nutrients I was before or just give it plain water every other watering. Such a shame because the plant was looking so good before I screwed up.
 

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This is the plant as of today. I've tried to trim the decaying leaves but it seems to be of no help. I just finished building a greenhouse, so if it's better to re-veg this plant and wait until September/October I can do that. Any advice?
 

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It's just one plant... I'd grow it out and see if you can get some smoke off it. Meanwhile start more...
 

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I suppose you’re right. It is a shame for my first grow to end up this way but fortunately I got some pretty good clones from the plant earlier on and they are very happy in the greenhouse. The three on the right are all clones and they have grown pretty tall so far.
 

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Well it looks like you are doing something right with those.
 

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