I see many people here that come in here thinking they have nutrient burns, and some people tell them that they have nutrient burns, but what they actually have is deficiencies - either caused by not enough elements in medium (least likely), over abundance of some elements that locks other elements or just too high EC (more likely), or lockout caused by bad pH (most likely). question is, what does a true and serious nutrient burn look like? can anybody show photos, except for the one that's in the main deficiencies guide? I'm looking for pics of plants that were truly burned. I've had that happen once with a Clementina (small oranges?) tree, I gave it way too much nutes and its leaves simply all fell off. I've never seen that happen with MJ.