So I just started to feed my girls. They are on Fox Farm happy frog I’m currently only giving them big bloom a quarter of what is recommended because I didn’t want to shock them for there first feeding. I will be using the trio eventually. Did I shock my girls or is this because I’m not giving them enough calcium is this calcium deficiency. What do I need to do to prevent this and fix the problem? Thank you very much for all your help.
My first impression is some friction “burns”. From excessive wind/rubbing. The patterns seem very even.
That being said, can you Give pics of the whole plant and fill out a support ticket?
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Wow I think you are right! I was blowing them very hard in the beginning that the top leaves started to twist.
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The damage won’t recover, but it’s nothing to worry about (if that’s all). Always watch new growth.