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Looks awesome. Lol. I think it’s just its genetics.
Looks like light burn . How close Was the light and what kind of light do you have
- Amnesia Haze, ILGM
- FF Ocean Forest
- 3 Gal Felt
- 1000 Watt Birple
- Cloudline Xfinity 6
- AC portable for grow space not tent…set at 80
-germination T5 on top of propagator
-transplanted 8/13 to 3 gal and moved to tent
-noticed newest leaves light green yesterday
-in group of 7 other strains that have gone through the exact same process and timing and they are fine
-no nutes other than what’s in medium
Looks like light bleaching to me.
I was thinking this looked like there may be fungus gnat issue or something like that. Then damaged leaves were more susceptible to some light damage.
It’s strange because she’s literally gone through and received the exact same tinder love and care as 6 others right next to her. Maybe transplant her to fresh soil or remove her from the grow space? Thanks for everyone’s input.
When you post pictures of your plants and garden can you take them in more natural light?
To me, this looks like a copper & zinc deficiency or the plant wants more light. This deficiency affects the top of the plant first and as seen your bottom growth looks healthy.