The biggest thing I see is that they need more light. The long stems between nodes shows the plant is stretching to reach up for the light. Looks like a decent setup, if you have good airflow through there. Even if you’re not worried about smells, your plants need a fresh supply of air for CO2 and O2. I’m not sure what lights you have there, but the manufacturers of that type of lighting unfortunately wildly mislead their customers with claims of “equivalent to” wattage of HID lighting, causing people to improperly size their fixtures for the space they’re trying to light. If they have veg and bloom switches, turn both switches on, and that will give you more intensity. You can probably also lower the fixtures closer to the plants gradually. That will slow the stretching, and get more light deeper into the plant. It looks like most of the leaves they’re losing are down low, maybe where light isn’t penetrating well, or maybe they’re underfed, and consuming the nutrients from those leaves because of it. They could even be getting too big for the buckets they’re in. You should join the forum and tell us more about the specifics of your setup, what you’re feeding and how often, etc. You can fill out a support ticket to get us all on the same page.
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