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Dropping clawing and yellow spots

Hello everyone this is my first grow. I got this clone in pretty crappy shape and fixed it up a bit. It was in cocunut coor and about 4 weeks old now. I have transplanted it to soil I think it’s called m3 very high in nutrients It was not being watered at all my buddy was planning on getting rid of it.

I fed her nutrients first time yesterday and it’s looking better then she was atleast. I think at the beginning when I got her it got a little ph burnt or light burn or something . A few leaves I cut that we’re worse off but avery few amount of leaves r continually dropping or clawing and the occasional one or two out of the whole plant which isn’t terrible

I now give plants ph 6,0 out of aquifina bottles and they love it!
Any suggestions? Should I trim those few leaves. Should I leave them? Will they ever get better .

I just tied some branches down today

ps my setup is 2x4 60 inches high with a 600 watt led but the out put is around 140. Small fan and carbon fiber filter. From soil top too is about 13 inches or so.

( my buddy not taking care of these I believe stunted growth but please let me know what your think )
 
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Check for mites ?

Edit: also depending how long ago you transplanted it could be a little transplant shock (could be a few things?) but I think I see some little white dots on a few of those leaf close-ups, often indicative of mites
 
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These spots r almost like a film I think it was something in the water from spraying the plants whatever residue is left.

how can i check for mites. If I have them am I screwed is it too late? What can I do to maintenance this without hurting plants in regular basis ? @Beachwalker
 
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These spots r almost like a film I think it was something in the water from spraying the plants whatever residue is left.

how can i check for mites. If I have them am I screwed is it too late? What can I do to maintenance this without hurting plants in regular basis ? @Beachwalker
whereas you got the plants from somebody you might want to check them, it's mild damage at this point so you should be able to control, probably eradicate them, if present? you need a magnifying glass to check for them, there very small

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Ahh I will keep you guys posted super nervous. I hope I can reverse this naturally and cheap? Or whatever is most economical. Currently on the way to rite aid to buy a magnifying glass . Keep your fingers crossed for me please gentlemen
 
Yeah I am assuming that's an improvement from previous to the pics.

I think it will continue to get better here day by day.

Leaves don't look swollen and heavy but more papery to me and it looks more like it's recovering. I could be wrong but that's what I see
I don’t know much but you are accurate in recovery. They look way better just some bigger fan leaves r not as structurally firm as the others I did have a bad transplant about a week ago but not too bad. All recovered is it possible that that these are recovering slow?

Maldonado for mites . So I need a large scope to see presence? Or will a half held do?
 
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I don’t know much but you are accurate in recovery. They look way better just some bigger fan leaves r not as structurally firm as the others I did have a bad transplant about a week ago but not too bad. All recovered is it possible that that these are recovering slow?

Maldonado for mites . So I need a large scope to see presence? Or will a half held do?
Probably a combination of stresses imo. Poorly looked after then transplanted while not healthy the cutting leaves off, previously under watered I think. Light on the nutes and don't over water now that your in soil. Could possibly be some root issues or infection now. Time will tell.

Just my guess. Like I say I could be wrong
 
Probably a combination of stresses imo. Poorly looked after then transplanted while not healthy the cutting leaves off, previously under watered I think. Light on the nutes and don't over water now that your in soil. Could possibly be some root issues or infection now. Time will tell.

Just my guess. Like I say I could be wrong. For water I use about 4 Aquafina which is a half gallon and have only fed for first time yesterday and they looked like they enjoyed it.
lol all of that is very accurate. She was in way worse condition starting to pickup a little but for sure. Poorly watched then transplanted when not in perfect condition.

Unfortunately I saw all of the roots due to a poor transplant . Roots looked great and r branching wonderfully through the 3 gallon pot now. Is this too much water? I water when soil feels drier about a knuckle deep

I have to agree with multiple stresses just bought magnifier on way back to the house lets see
 

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