Almost looks like something splashed on the leaves. A whole plant pic would help though.
Ok . Sorry friend. Shoulda added natural light when I asked .
Are they mostly near the bottom ?
Or all over. How far along ,ph , ppm ,
Soil , etc.
Need a bit more info.
I agree, looks like something spilled on leaves from that picture.
I had the same thing and I’m pretty sure it came from feeding and getting it on the leaves kinda caused little burn marks that didn’t get better or worse
8 weeks veg from clonee ppm off charts 3000+ cant get regulated
Maybe do a flush with FloraKleen or your product of choice
If you’re not using slow release nutes flush them out until they get below 1000 ppm. You’ll have enough stored in roots and leaves that they won’t starve until you get it sorted. Then back to normal
I have bushdoctor for flush. But only giving water 1x weekly and calmag every other week
That could be why the high ppm.
What soil in your pots ? Is it a super soil or ffocean forest , etc. Does it already have fertilizer in the mix ?
Are the pots raised up a bit or sitting in the runoff ?
Ffof soil. Raised on milk crates.
May want to water a bit more often.
Ffof is a hotter soil mix so the numbers will be a bit higher anyway.
They will drop when the nutes are starting to deplete from the soil.
Just make sure your ph is in line for soil. 6.5 - 6.8 should do it.
Good luck with the grow.
Runoff pH is low. I will check soil sample later today
Reminds me of when I was younger I got so aggravated with pests and grasshoppers i thought hmm. Off w deet good for humans, must be good for plants. Yeah don’t ever ever do that. Lmao. I’m embarrassed telling you guys. It burned the piss out of em everywhere it touched. They recovered but boy they don’t like that.
They look good
Glad to here that @Weedlvr0321.
They’ll start to drink more as they get larger.
Mine will take 2 gal at a feed /water to get significant runoff when that large. I’m in 5 gal buckets with Lots of holes.
It helps to keep fert from building up in the soil and making things toxic.