Notice the tips of flowering are white in color

And my look a bit wilted ? Any suggestions ? Thank you again . I personally think it may be a bit of burn because light lowered itself over night ?

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Bruce banner auto , FF soil , lights 18 on 6 off . just fed FF grow big half dilution couple days ago . some of the things you ask are above my head . Ventillation yes , also a small fan . temps hold at 80 humidity 49% . first grow still learning and keeping notes .

At least a picture in white light?

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I’ve seen this a few times and it seems like they just grow out of it. I looked for an answer but the only thing I came up with as a possible cause is wind burn, but I don’t know 4sure. I’ve never had it get worse or cause a problem but I might have just gotten lucky

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This is what I’m leaning towards as well. Keep an eye on it to see if it progresses but plant looks good. Lime green growth indicates rapid new growth.


thank you ! I am so proud this plant it looks amazing for barely 6 weeks old …

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Is it just me or is there some pre-flower going on as well?

I just had this but the white tips were accompanied by other nutrient deficiencies. While scouring the internet I found one site that said white tips can also be a sign of copper deficiency which is uncommon (just an FYI).

I had major nutrient lock out but watered with a pH 6 solution to a bit of runoff (started at 8.2 and dropped to 6.8) The the girls are happier. Best to you!

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