Light green spots on leaves

Plant 3 weeks old. Looked at tons of pics online, never saw the exact same spots.Started nutes last week

  • White Widow Auto from ILGM
  • Promix soil, Fox Farms Big 3 1/2 strength starting out
  • 7gal cloth pots
  • PH 5.0-6.0 water and nutes
  • Started outdoor, go in the indoor tent during extended rainy spells
  • 600w LED
  • 70 to 90 degrees day, 65 to 80 degrees night
  • Humidity; Day 55 to 60 rh, Night 50 to 55 rh
  • Ventilation system; Yes, 6in in-line connected to humidity monitor
  • AC, Humidifier, De-humidifier, yes all 3 connected to humidity control.
    Also fans for air circulation.
  • Co2- No
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Looks for pests. Thrips or spider mites are there. Looks like.

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Your pH is low for soil, try getting it up to 6.5

I’m with @Covertgrower looks like something is sucking on your leaves.

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Pretty plant but unfortunately you have a pest problem.

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You can check this out. maybe it will help. Previous replies looks like they have it covered.
https://www.growweedeasy.com/bugs-pests-symptoms-marijuana-grow.
Also like @LandShark suggests, ph that low will totally lock out most nutrient uptake

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Thanks for the advice. Hoping it’s just the 1 plant. It’s in quarantine and neemed. Fingers crossed!

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Also upping ph. Great way to start the day lol.

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Just an update, she’s on life support and the prognosis isn’t good. Tried neem, quarantine, and strict ph. Leaves started to yellow. Ended neem. All new growth turning spotty. Even got a jewelers magnifier, never seen a bug. I’ve honestly had issues from all the White widows I’ve planted. If they haven’t got sick, they’ve stayed runty, the one I got to flower, was only 2ft tall. Only reference I’ve got to compare is I’ve been growing some GSCE Autos, and they’re literally “growing like weeds.” All have been 3 1/2 to 4 ft tall and healthy as a horse. Maybe my seeds are bad, maybe it’s my inexperience, idk. I’m not putting down ILGM for some unknown variables. Anyway, case closed have a good day people.