Looks like a deformity. Try to make sure when you are watering not to get any on the leaves.Alright, I may have a small issue that I'm not entirely sure what it is...check out these images. There is some light splotching on some of the leaves, and one of these leaves looks like it got munched off or just stopped growing at the halfway point. Temp/humidity has been at 68-70 degrees/60-65% humidity. Any ideas?
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I think you nailed it - a friend of mine suggested that I got water on the leaf and the magnification on it from my light caused the marks. Glad you said that, because now I am confident that is what it is!Looks like a deformity. Try to make sure when you are watering not to get any on the leaves.
That leaf just looks deformed I don't think you did anything to cause it or bugs for that matter.Week 3
During week three, the Eleven Roses showed insane leafy growth. It is not starting to look like a real plant, and the Cotton Candy plants are growing well too.
This week, I ended up removing the humidity dome and hanging the T5 a bit higher, as the Eleven Roses has grown to within just 2 inches of it!
As you can see, the Eleven Roses is now 3-4 inches tall, and has three sets of true leaves. It is twice the size of the Cotton Candy plants, and is the reason I need to raise my T5 light.
The Cotton Candy plants are all growing well too, with one of them starting to pull away in terms of speed. One of them is taking its time, but again, these were all planted on separate days, so it sort of makes sense.
Over the past few days, there has been more leafy, vegetative growth. These were the last few days that I will be using the T5. Starting week 4, I'll be using the Covert LED UFO.
The Eleven Roses just continues to develop at a rapid pace, while all three Cotton Candy are growing at different paces.
I did notice the leaves look a bit lighter on the far right Cotton Candy plant. I will have to monitor this closely.
I was also concerned because I saw a little white splotch on this leaf. But, someone I talked to about this suggested it's likely a water spot that caught the reflection from my light.
This makes sense because I have been using a spray bottle for watering. It won't cause any long term damage, but going forward I will definitely be more careful.
And, one of the Cotton Candy plants also has some weirdness going on with one of it's leaves. Some light splotching appears to be going on, with one of the leaves looking like it almost got bitten off.
There are no pests (from what I can see) in the tent or anywhere near the plants, but this is something I'll need to keep a close eye on as well.
Ok...hopefully you see this soon and can share your thoughts. I switched to my 150 Watt LED today and my plants are FREAKING the fuck out. The two big ones have curled up and dwindled away to nothing. Are they dead? What can I do to save them? I have the light 2-3ft above them so I dont know that it could be burning them....I am struggling with temps now that I turned this on, have my fan running on medium and temps are still 85 degrees. Any ideas?
I have a mix in there of Coco and Ocean Forest, my first transplant will be into straight Ocean Forest. I'll give them a good watering! Thanks man.It's either over or under watered. I don't see light burn but better safe than sorry. If they are stretching you can move it closer if not then I would error on the side of caution. I would say about 15-20k lux should be good at this stage. If you have an Android download light meter by my mobile tools dev and just check
With the drooping stems in with @London bud likely under watering. I would water at this point to thoroughly saturate the media.. Looks like you have good drainage. What media are you using?