Update and another cry for help!!!

MuggyWeather

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OK. I seem to be encountering problem after problem. I guess it was to be expected considering the unusual weather we have been getting, the mistakes I made in the seedling stage before I hooked up with brains trust, and that I have been away from the baby's a fair bit lately.

I've attached a couple of images.

One of the images is from one of the plants I treated for spider mites a little over a week ago. They are all flowering, but I can't work out what to do with these ones.

List of likely problems I can think of.
Over watering (not likely)
Under watering (mmm?)
Nitrogen toxicity?
More Cal/Mag?

Normally I wouldn't worry about it given their size, but as it's a late test grow, I'm trying to work out problems so when the next natural grow cycle rocks around in OZ, I can react more quickly.

Everyone's help so far has been awesome and greatly appreciated.

By the way, pH is sitting between 6.8 and 7.0 in soil.

Cheers
 

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Looks like what you sprayed on them burned them in the sunlight
 

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Looks like what you sprayed on them burned them in the sunlight
Yeah, maybe. I was away for 5 days after treatment and they were left on an airy verandah. I don't think they would have got too much Sun after treatment. Only the 3rd image had been treated.
 

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