Need other opinions on diagnosis

It’s been awhile since I’ve posted here, but I’ve started my 2nd attempt at growing. This time with ILGM autoflowers. I’m hoping for a 2nd opinion from you fellow growers, why is my plants leaves doing this twist thing? 1 of my ILGM FEM bluedreams are kinda doing the same leaf twist thing. all my roots look healthy in my eyes - PICS BELOW

Strain; Type, Bag seed, or NA ILGM Amnesia haze autoflower

Soil in pots, Hydroponic, or Coco? Seed starter in clear plastic cups

System type? Dont understand the question - N/A

PH of runoff or solution in reservoir? still in the baby soil with only 1 watering of 6.9 ph balanced tap water, so no run off has been done. see better explanation in next question.

What is strength of nutrient mix? lifespan so far is (3/30 - Current Date) have mostly gotten a slight watering/misting of distilled water. misting on leaves done at lights out only. 1 misting of calmag to address the leaves curling after looking at past symptoms from my previous grow and some google looking around, 1 watering of 6.9 pH balanced tap water, 1 watering of hydrogen peroxide/distilled water(1 teaspoon into 1 cup of dist. water) after noticing a very small white worm like thing inching around at the bottom of the cup near my amnesia haze roots(havnt seen anything like it in the other 5). google research pointed towards fungus gnat larva the last soil watering was 4-20 at 10am

Indoor or Outdoor, indoor grow, getting ready for outdoor

Light system, size? Phlizon Newest 600W LED Plant Grow Light, IE: poopy growlight

Temps; Day, Night 65-68 day/night, they are sitting inbetween the hallway of my bedrooms

Humidity; Day, Night stays around 38 to 50 all day and night (in maine)

Ventilation system; Yes, No, every couple days I switch off the heating pad and put a small computer fan next to them so they move in the ‘wind’ a little

AC, Humidifier, De-humidifier, ac, and humidifier - none, only seed heating pad only sits between 75-80 degrees fahrenheit

Co2; Yes, No no co2

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I would be concerned about pH with wavy leaves. I see you are being careful to put in at 6.9, which is good, but that soil has isn’t buffered for cannabis and may be too acidic for your young ladies.

Just a couple of other suggestions. Roots don’t like light and the soil looks wet. Cannabis needs wet and dry cycles. Hydrogen peroxide will kill off the microbes in your soil.

They otherwise look pretty healthy.

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I wouldn’t be worried with the way she looks right now, they are too young. I’d lighten up on the watering intervals, add a day to what you are doing now.

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Thank you for your replys, so far the Amnesia Haze still looks kinda odd but still growing, actaully she filled the cup with roots and I transplanted her to the 7gL cloth pot as a forever home. Some clear transplant stress but my other 2 autos/3 fem ladies didnt even get phased by the transplant stress.

Gonna keep caring for this lady till she eventually gives up on me.

I do think it was a mix of pH balance issues. Also after doing some research I came across the plants want all parts of the light spectrum and more or less blue/red depending on the life cylce. In this case I only had my Veg switch on for all 6 plants for the entire them they have been under the light (4-1 / 4-24)

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You are going to need more light FYI. That light should take you through veg but you will be way short when plants start to flower.

Look at HLG Quantum Boards.

3 autos in the basement grow tent and 3 fem ladies outside in the greenhouse. Once the autos are showing signs of growth after transplant stress they are going in the greenhouse as well.

Later on down the line I wanted to invest in a quantum board light (260W QB V2 RSPEC LED KIT) was what I was looking at last grow.


That’s a great choice.

You and your plants will both love the HLG Rspec.