Possibly leaf burn or rub?

I have some bleach spots on the leaves and one that wrinkled up over the course of a few days. I have 3x SF1000 in a 4x4 using happy frog in felt pots have only given one dose of nutes at like ⅓ the recomened rate. Just started phing my water a few days ago

. These are trainwreck photos. The damaged one was closest to the fan and was moved because it was getting knocked around too much. I also have 2x trainwreck that are just sprouts and 2x GDP auto as well as 2x WW auto that have just sprouted. Im hoping its just from the fan/light too close?

Welcome to the forum.

It’s not time to feed yet. Happy Frog has sufficient nutes to feed the plant for 4 to 6 weeks from your latest transplant.

Get yourself a PPM meter, begin testing the runoff PPM and feed when PPM dips below 1,000.

I don’t see anything out of the ordinary. A few cosmetic problems are normal. New growth is healthy. Nothing to worry about.


I have a ppm also just haven’t tested runoff yet. I originally wanted to put the photos outside in greenhouses but i think i will keep the mix in the tent and flip them after the autos finish. Then start the next set of autos on 12/12. Trying to stay legalish. We have a 6 plant max/ 3 flowering so at max i want 4 flowering. Planning 2 autos in a pot to look like 1. Probably unnecessary but im only looking to maintain my wife and i with like 2 ounces a month

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I suggest photoperiod plants if you are looking to maximize yield. Autos are very twitchy and yield is hit-or-miss. Contrary to popular belief, autos are not easier to grow.


What @MidwestGuy said. Too early on the nutes.

Only need 2 ounces a month. So 8 every 4 months. So you think 3 or 4 autos at a time wont keep up with that? So cloning the photo would be my best bet going foward?

Here’s what you risk (these are flowering autos nearing maturity):


You want photo plants like this. This is a blue mystic photo I grew a few years ago.

Lol yeah ok i definitely cant be growing some dick sized plants. It would be cheaper to just keep going to the dispensary

You can grow 1/2 to 3/4 pound photo plants with not much experience by being good with the basics. A lot of autos turn out fine, but you remove the risk by growing photos.

I’m not trying to be a jerk about autos. Just trying to help new growers make the best of it. We are all here to help you be successful.


Yea i used to grow when i was a kid and had pretty good luck with photos in some really shit places out in the woods. Even a couple closet runs with no ventilation, and string light cfls and a 100w hps from homedepot.