Plant is just starting to recover from transplant shock but was wondering what the yellowing and dots could be on my leaves. First time indoor grow
Hi and welcome to the community its hard to tell under ur lights if u can take pics in natural light that would be great
Plants look good. Just the bottom leaves that look like they touched the soil are discoloured.
Pics in white or natural light as mentioned above will help confirm.
@Danielsan22 Dots are likely caused by the water droplets lensing when the lights are on.
That other leaf looks like it was touching the soil and that will cause them to yellow up.
New growth looks good.
I had a bit of trouble after transplant and it went limp and bottom leaves were on the soil for a few days. Just leave it? and keep on doing what im doing?
I’d say just stay the course for now.
I’d just be mindful of excess water on the leaves and you should be fine.
Maybe fill out the support ticket and we’ll have a better idea of what all you’re doing.
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It looks good but i wouldn’t really worry about it to much ur doin great
She looks a little low in that pot, might be struggling to breath a pinch
My 2 cents:
Stop spraying your plants! Like @Oldguy said, the water droplets are probably having a lense effect which is causing the leaf to burn. Like he said too, leaves probably touched the soil. I wouldn’t worry about those leaves tbh.
Fill up the pot next time. This will give more room for growth to the plant, and better airflow like @Underthestairs mentioned.