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Old 05-16-2018, 05:10 PM #1
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What does this look like?

Planted in coots mix. Did well for a number of weeks, left town for 2 days came back on the 3rd to find growth tips starting to turn a dark black color. Its been about weeks since and the plants have continued to get worse.

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Old 05-16-2018, 06:07 PM #2
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Hi, I'm totally new to diagnosis, but I'm not really seeing anything wrong in those photos? Everything has a green shift though, even the planter. Might need to take a pic outside the tent in white light. Burnt tips, I think implies over fertilization though. I'm not familiar with coots mix, is it kind of strong? If so it might be overly strong for seedlings. I've run seedlings in a stonington blend that was a little strong for them, the first week or two they got burnt tips but they grew out of it. Other than that I don't know and hopefully somebody better can reply. Good luck!
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This might be a slightly better photo, this happened over a weekend when i was gone for 2 days, it happened on some but not all plants of vary ages, but mostly the older larger plants. These plants had been growing in the same soil for 2 to 4 weeks depending on the age of the plant when this first begun to happen.

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The growth tips turned brown and growth has been stunted.
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Yeah, wow, I don't think that is nutrient burn. Hopefully somebody with some experience can help ya out man :(
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It's difficult Pyra, as AP said ─ but one can assume that being left unattended might be the cause...


Could be something simple like a fan blowing uninterupted, with too-dry air, for example?
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the first pics looked like over watering.. the second pic looks like russet mite damage or something like that
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If that's mite he's in for a hell of a ride :(
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It could also possibly be from root rot as a result of over watering as well...

How often are you watering Pyra?
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looks like russet mites
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