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    Is it normal to have deficiencies during flushing?

    Is it normal to have deficiencies during flushing? I'm growing the Bubble Gum strain and it's their last two weeks of flowering. Some leaves are showing slight signs of deficiencies. I am wondering if this is normal or if I should do something about it. It's my second grow.

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      #3
      Flushing implies removing from the soil, nutrients and salts that your plant would otherwise be absorbing at the end of flowering. So, yes. It is normal for deficiencies if you are flushing at the end of flowering.
      Leaves often die at the end of flowering. It's often normal.
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        #4
        Flushing guarantees deficiencies. I just switch to straight water the last couple weeks.

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          #5
          Flushing ha don't do it

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