This is a white widow and she is 3 weeks old. This is the second time its happened and I’m not sure what is causing it. Any help would be deeply appreciated. Thanks
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The plants are white widow. They are 3 weeks old and they are in fox farm ocean forest soil. 400 wt vegetation light. Light is about 2 feet away. I’m feeding her 2-2-1. The same thing happened to my Bruce banger plants at about the same age so I think its something I’m doing wrong.
Ffof soil already has nutes in it. There’s no need to feel the 2-2-1. You could have splashed some nutes on it while feeding. It looks like something is eating it. Have you inspected for critters? Or a house cat tearing it up. I have a bad experience with that.
Fox ocean although a great soil isnt recommended for babies. Soil is too hot
Most start seedlings in happy frog & progress to ocean. Amd no nutes are needed in the soil you are using at this time
My first thoughts looking at the holes in the middle of the leaf makes me wanna think some insects eating on it. Good luck
My thoughts exactly. They’re not deformed. They’re formed correctly, just are up
I agree with hornhead and kellydans, would be checking for bugs.