Is she dying?

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To harvest or not

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    Adamwill1983

    Adamwill1983 Member

    Hi sorry for yet another newbie post but I'm very concerned. Last week she suffered nutrient burn but was recovering. Now she's looking haggered. Her leaves are starting to get a black/purple tint to them. I will be harvesting some time this week I think but is she dying?
     

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    blake9999

    blake9999 Well-Known Member

    Yeah you definately have some burning going on. Just give it plain Ph'd water from here on out till you ready to chop. It still has plenty of life left in it, it's hanging on.
     
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    Adamwill1983

    Adamwill1983 Member

    What about the colour? Any ideas what's going on? Thanks for the reply
     
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    hotrodharley

    hotrodharley Well-Known Member

    After you flush some nitrogen out of the medium axnd let it dry some it should go away.
     
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    fridayfishfry

    fridayfishfry Well-Known Member

    could be purple phenotype, the soil might be too warm
    it looks like it'll survive with care, don't chop

    what temperature is it where the plant is?
    growth slows especially bud growth at above 84F
    a small soil container on concrete would get too hot in the sun for the roots to do their work
     
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    Adamwill1983

    Adamwill1983 Member

    She's in the garden and we have had 2 weeks of dull overcast weather with plenty of rain. I'm in the north west of England so don't think high temp is a problem. Thanks for the reply
     
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