Should I remove unhealthy leaves?

Triptwo

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Hello again.

I recently posted asking for advice about a young plant that I was advised may have had nutrient burn. A couple of weeks with better soil and pure water and it's looking much healthier.

Should I remove the leaves that were damaged by over feeding?

It's an autoflower (Northern Lights, 2fast4buds).
 

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I do, but I have not been doing this for years like some of the other members on here.
I am sure someone on here with more experience in the matter will chime in shortly.
 

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no , leave the leaves alone , wait until that baby grows up 3 times as tall as she is there

also , when that plant is fully grown and ready to flower , you can remove up to 30% of the fan leaves and it will not affect the rate of photosynthesis
 

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Leave them leaves
When the plant gets larger and then start to wither and turn yellow remove them then
 

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Hello again.

I recently posted asking for advice about a young plant that I was advised may have had nutrient burn. A couple of weeks with better soil and pure water and it's looking much healthier.

Should I remove the leaves that were damaged by over feeding?

It's an autoflower (Northern Lights, 2fast4buds).
I usually leave the leaves alone until they don’t look useful to the plant anymore. The plant maybe using them for something g they need. I do break this rule occasionally when I get OCD about a really ugly one tho…good luck 🍀
 

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