Yellowing going on, Why?

Ever since I transplanted my plants into the fabric pots I’ve got a few of them that have this yellowing going on on some of the leaves and it seems like they’re being eaten or something? I’m new to this so please any help will help me help them become great plants. I’ve never seen this before in any of you guys posts so I thought that I would ask and see what could possibly be the issue. Thanks in advance

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3 photos 2autos
Photos are gorilla glue, lemon tree, fire og.
Not sure on age as they were a gift
Soil ffof
-Vessels: fabric pots
-PH and TDS rain water, distilled water
-Light system sunshine
-Temps; Day 85/95 night 70/80
-Humidity; Day 80% Night 60%
-Ventilation system; outside
FF trio nutes

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Could be nutrients burn or transplant shock… if you can remove leaves that’s what I’d doand keep growing

Have you started to feed nutrients?

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I had been before transplanted but now we’re having a week and a half‘s worth of rain and I planted them in ffof so i’m laying off the nutrients to let them soak up what’s in the soil. I was thinking transplant shock to. How long should I wait with the soil beforeI start feeding them nutrients again?

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Ok, that might explain the yellowing. It looked like some nutrient burn to me at first. FFOF is loaded with nutrients and then you adding nutrients she got a little too much. No big deal, she’ll be fine.

As far as when to add nutrients, you’ll want to give them enough plain water that some it drains from the bottom of the pot. Test the ppm of the water that runs out.

I know happy frog soil will get you through about 4 weeks and Ocean Forest has more nutrients in it so should go longer.

Anyone else use FFOF? @Bulldognuts do you use FFOF in your mix?