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What’s up DGC! My past 2 runs I’ve noticed quite a bit of yellow in the new growth after I switch to flower. I guess I attribute this to the extra growth as it stretches, but I’m wondering if there’s a way to keep them a little greener at this phase. Everything seems to turn out fine once buds form, but I want to make sure they’re getting everything they need. I am using organic soil with R.O. Water so I thought it could possibly be cal, mag, or iron deficient but I’m not sure. Is this a normal amount of yellowing during the plants stretch phase? Or would a boost of nitrogen possibly help before the flip to help it through the stretch? I tried some foliage cal-mag plus iron on the first run but I didn’t notice much effect. Soil is fox farm with earthworm castings, malibu compost, and some down to earth rose and flower mix. I water in occasional compost extracts, Recharge and silicic acid.