How she was?


#1


#2

Looks like some sort of deficiency; Or, a fungus? Hard to say without information; Such as, temperature, humidity, and nutrient 's used.

PLease help us to help you. :slight_smile:


#3

Day in my roof, the temperature close to 50 degrees, 60 degrees at noon back, but before they are good, that is out of the question these days.


#4

A few days before they are well.


#5

I see some are good, some are bad. I am still not sure what you are asking.

What are you using for nutrients?


#6

They planted at different times, different varieties, I use a Chinese-made fertilizers.


#7

If you have good PH in the soil and are controlling TDS/PPM and the spots aren’t spreading you are probably good. It was likely just a nutrient lockout or imbalance that you may have corrected.