Dear Al, I fawked up and would like some assistance. First time grower so I figured something would go wrong, but this kind of has me worried. I'm in soil, have been feeding with 10mL/gal (mixed measuring systems FTW!) of Tiger Bloom, haven't had any problems. A few weeks ago I added 2.5mL (a half dose) of Grow Big to the mix without any problems. I did the same thing last feeding, and my plants got burned. The two biggest ones took the hardest hits, too. I flushed them all with 3gal of water as soon as I noticed, probably a day or two after the burning happened (I was real busy for a few days and wasn't paying very close attention). The damage seems to have stopped and the colas seem to have a bit of new growth, but I wanted your opinion: is this thing toast? It is on day 42 of flowering. Honestly, I'm confused as hell as to what caused this. I'm thinking one of two things: 1) During those days I was busy as hell, I didn't completely "un-seal" my closet one of those days and ventilation wasn't the best. Temperatures could have gotten too high, burning the plants. 2) I got distracted while mixing nutes and added an extra 5mL of Tiger Bloom. 3) Some combination of the two things. 4) Something else completely. The damaged plants feel crispy and brittle... even healthy-looking leaves snap off if I even brush up against them. Needless to say, I'm rather bummed... but oh well, live and learn. Edit: The bigger colas on the burned plants have also started sagging a bit in the last couple days. I'm hoping this is due to the size of the colas and not my frying them, but that is likely too much to hope for. Any suggestions there would help too. TIA!