@smokebizz definitely sounds like lock out. When you use synthetic hydro nutes in a soil grow it can cause a lot of issues. It can happen with organic hydro nutes too but it’s not as common unless you way over feed.
First off, synthetic hydro nutes will generally kill all of the soil microbes. Secondly, they feed the roots directly so you will get almost instant feeding there along with slow release from the soil nutrients. This can cause all sorts of ph issues, nutrient toxicities, and lockouts/deficiencies. Then because all of the soil microbes are dead the ph won’t self regulate and adjust itself like it would normally do in soil because it’s the microbes in the soil that break things down and fix ph issues. On top of that if the ph dropped under 5.5 or went over 7.5 the soil microbe populations won’t be able to rebuild until you manually adjust ph and inoculate the soil again.
When using a soil to grow you feed the soil, not the plant. With soils like FFOF it’s better to use top dressing amendments or to use the Fox Farm nute brand designed to be used with their soil.
If using hydro nutrients it’s often better to just use a neutral substrate from the start to avoid these issues.
As for a fix, it’s time to ph and flush. Flush with neutral ph water for about a week giving a day or two rest in between each flush. Once you’re done flushing the soil should be almost depleted and you can start fresh with your nutrient schedule. Just make sure you keep your nutrient solution ph around 6.5 for soil. Don’t follow the hyrdo directions because that will cause further issues in soil.