Second Grow: Can't Find Explanation for This Leaf Condition


#1

I am starting to see a condition not seen before. 10 days in on indoor Auto Amnesia Haze and see odd “panels” on two leaves (one on each of two plants). They appear to be distressed/dry). ILGM nutes package. Water pH 6.8 (Cl removed by water in bucket for 2 days), second watering/feeding (ILGM starter), limestone added to soil to stabilize pH, Temp 76, humidity 40%, LED lights 24/7 18 inches from grow. 1st and 3rd photos go together, as does 2nd and 4th

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#2

Your plant is only 10 days old? What is the medium you’re in?


#3

Do you mean the soil? Or someone who communicates with the after life!!!


#4

I’d be pretty content with either haha.


#5

I have patterns like that on a scarce few of my leaves. Rare but there if I look hard enough


#6

i wouldn’t trip on it unless it gets worse…


#7

Sorry to be misleading. 10 days since placement of the seedling into soil. Seeds cracked in peat pellets 16 days ago. I had a bunch of issues in my first grow and am probably over sensitive. I can’t find in any similar examples the foliage in examples I have found on a few sites.


#8

So, technically the plants are 16 days old???


#9

Ha, ha, ha.


#10

Thanks. I am glad you think so.


#11

It looks fine to me


#12

I’m using Fox Farm Ocean Forrest in 3 gallon pots. 2 x 4 grow tent.


#13

I have had that on new leaves before, I wouldnt worry too much about it, it will most likely go away as it grows.


#14

I had it on my bubble gum I ended up figuring it out to being a cal mag issue later on but it just kept growing just like the others. So I ended up not worrying about it till the plant was bigger then foral spray and roots organics foundation dry nutes as a topper. I would wait till the plant gets bigger before trying to figure it out.


#15

Looks like a decent start to me , let them do there thing for awhile. Don’t over water or feed.


#16

Ok, I just thought they looked pretty big for 10 day old plants.

I think for right now I would agree with others. Pic 1 and 3 kinda look like may be physical damage. Possibly from when you transplanted or something. Pics 2 and 4 I’m not really sure. As long as it stays isolated I wouldn’t worry too much about it either. If you notice it seems to be spreading we’ll take a closer look.


#17

Thanks. I’ve added some limestone and it seems to be helping.


#18

The odd leaf pattern doesn’t appear to have hindered growth, but one plant now exhibits a different condition. Anyone have a suggestion? One of the White Widow has developed additional leaf issues.


#19

Is it only on lower leaves?


#20

lower and one of the next higher fan leaves. I think it is a phosphorous issue. The plant need to be watered today. Just watered and measured the run off pH. It was 5.8. Mixed a new batch of nuntrient/grow fertilizer/water solution, with a 6.8, and measured the run off. It was 6.5. Hoping I got it right (pH/phosphorous being the source). A conformation or contradiction would be appreciated. What I can’t understand is that two other plants in the grow have been receiving the same fertilizer solution and watering schedule, and they are fine.