Started a New batch

flowering

#1

Started a new grow. Already off to a bad start. Humidity jumped ridiculously. Moved the plants a week ago to dryer spot.

I assumed the leaves folding were a result of the humidity thus why i moved them. Is this gonna be ok …should just let it play its self out?


#2

Looks kinda like light burn what is your light and how far away is it from the top of your plant


#3

Usually it’s from heat when they taco like that


#4

And at this age you WANT the humidity.


#5

Yup taco’d leaves = too hot. What kind of light? (Brand and type and watts?) and distance from the plants?


#6

At least 6-8 inches. Not sure the wattage but there LEDs. Pushing at least 1600 lumens.


#7

Bingo! That is ur problem. Most leds should be ran 12 if not 18-24 inches away from canopy. Have u tried the hand test?


#8

Try 12-16. If it doesnt get right add a couple more inches. Its a fine line what they need to be pushed to full potential and when that pushing becomes antiproductive. Tune ur distance in and she will love u for it. Good luck and start a journal :wink: if u have one tag away. Love to watch.


#9

Well i adjusted it . These lights give literally no heat whats so ever… One other question …would it do any harm to set them outside during the day. Let they catch some real :sun_with_face:. Hot humid days lately


#10

Not at all. The sun is literally the best light i know of. And humidity is prime for vegging. Just dont baptize her by fire. Give her shaded indirect light to start. Maybe a few evening hours of sun today. N ease her into it. Also keep a close eye. Environmental changes like that can be devastating


#11

spots on the leaves??? Should i be concerned. As far as i can see thats the only leaf


#12

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