Anyone know what this is from?

Is this cal/mag deficiency or ph? I fed them three days ago.

What is your media? What is your feed pH and PPM? What is your runoff PH and PPM?

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Nutrient burn, light burn, or a combination of both, seedlings are sensitive, mature plants are more capable of adaptation to changes.

Take it your talking about the deformed leafs ? If so it sometimes happens it’s something genetic but shouldn’t be a issue I have had this happen many times they usually will grow out of it

your P H is most likely your problem here. CHECK your P H

I’ve added a pic of P H and it’s effect on plant leaves and is why I say P H problem.

Going to check the ph later today. Realized deficiencies can come from ph. Have to grab a tester. Thanks everyone. Very helpful.

Hope it’s just genetics. Fingers crossed. BTW. I’m using 60 watts of light.

Cant believe they are even where they are at.

My bad…36 watts

If you look right above where it says 3300k, it only says 9 watts

Runnin 4 of em

Thought they were 15s at first

You’re gonna need way more than that by the end

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Yeah…setting up new area and lighting this week.

Literally got less than 20 bucks in this. Lol

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What kind of light are you going to use?

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