Help with troubleshooting please!


Hello guys! I am a new grower and still getting the hang of everything. I currently am growing 3 square one genetics grape glaze. They are currently a month and a week old. I was going to do my first topping today when I realized my plants had some signs of stress. I noticed on the lower foliage wilting up of the original cotyledons. I have read that typically as the plant matures it is normal for this to happen but I noticed on one plant my lower fan leaves are starting to do the same. Slightly yellow at the tips. The top of the foliage is still dark green and healthy which makes me think of a mobile nutrient problem. I currently am growing in 70/30 coco perlite with 25 percent worm castings and dr earths 4-4-4 all purpose at 3 tbsp per gallon. I am also watering at 6.5 ph. Is it possible I have overwatered and caused a nute lock up? I have a hard time telling which deficiency is what since they all look similar. Thanks for any help in advance!

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Light is at 125 watts, temp is at 72-74 degrees, and humidity hovers around 45-55 percent

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Also transplanted last week from seedling pots to 1.5 gallon pots

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I think your plant looks fine bro. I wouldn’t stress over those couple leaves. If it was on the whole plant I’d say something was going on.

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You should be PH’ing at 5.8 in coco perlite bro. Just caught that.
You should be watering coco daily.

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Looks like that leaf may have been laying on the damp medium. Looks great and no worries :love_you_gesture:

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The lower leaves die off ur plants look great

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Thank you everyone for the advice. I am very particular and like to keep my plants happy! I’ll maybe start a grow journal!

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:point_up_2: much needed. I use a regular spiral notebook and reference it all the time :love_you_gesture: