Are these sad little plants?

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I’m newer to growing marijuana. These are all AUTOS. Do they seem kind of small or underdeveloped for their age?

From LEFT to RIGHT:

Gorilla glue #4
Growers choice seeds
sprout: 10– 23–2023
6 inches/15 cm height

Trizzlers
Twenty20 Mendocino Seeds
Sprout: 10– 20– 2023
13 inches/33 cm height
Went into flower 4 weeks after sprouting, which was 11 – 17– 2023


Gorilla glue #4
Growers choice seeds
sprout: 10– 15–2023
17 inches/45 cm height
went into flower 4 weeks after sprouting, which was 11 – 13– 2023

Nutes: Roots Organics. Dry nutes
Also, I aerated water with these nutrients, and watered the plants with Terp Tea

Do you think that these plants look pretty small for their age? I’ve tried to not overwater or underwater. I’ve tried to not burn with nutrients. I’ve been managing the humidity with fans and a carbon exhaust. The lights that I use our from Spider Farmer, and I adjusted the white height and intensity as recommended.
 
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dreamnfox

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I am seeing some white spots on some of those leaves. Scope the back of a bunch of leaves, think you have some bugs.
 
Rama777

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What kind of soil are you using? They don’t appear to be terribly unhealthy, but nor do they appear to have vigor.

I don’t have much experience so don’t take it from me, but they look somewhat overwatered and in need of stronger lighting.
 
MaceFace

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Here are backs of the leaves.

I use Happy Frog Soil.

The light setting was at 85% -90% of full brightness.

The last watering was a big heavy - I noticed them drooping a little bit, so I increased the ventilation.
 
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MaceFace

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What kind of soil are you using? They don’t appear to be terribly unhealthy, but nor do they appear to have vigor.

I don’t have much experience so don’t take it from me, but they look somewhat overwatered and in need of stronger lighting.
I did give them a heavy watering on the last watering. They looked droopy afterward, so i increased ventilation.

I use the Happy Frog Soil
 
MaceFace

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What kind of soil are you using? They don’t appear to be terribly unhealthy, but nor do they appear to have vigor.

I don’t have much experience so don’t take it from me, but they look somewhat overwatered and in need of stronger lighting.
I posted pics of the backs of their leaves. Could you tell me how to assess the leaves? I’m not sure if I have seen any bugs. Maybe once some soil bugs crawling - but it was just a couple.
 
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I posted pics of the backs of their leaves. Could you tell me how to assess the leaves? I’m not sure if I have seen any bugs. Maybe once some soil bugs crawling - but it was just a couple.
You need a scope x30 magnifying, to see the bugs. Tiny white spots on the leaves normally means bugs though
 
Rama777

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Definitely a good idea to have a 30x jeweler’s loop on hand to be able to inspect for little critters.

I like to inspect the undersides of leaves that have any blemishes to help me rule out mites.
 
MaceFace

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Definitely a good idea to have a 30x jeweler’s loop on hand to be able to inspect for little critters.

I like to inspect the undersides of leaves that have any blemishes to help me rule out mites.
Ok, I’ve got a scope to view trichomes. Will I actually see little bugs on the back side of the leaves?
 
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