Hi everyone! First grow

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Hi Everyone,

New here. Have read a decent ammount on the forums, thought I would post and try to get some information.

I am at a loss for what my issue is with this
plant.

All my plants are mostly healthy, and I am happy with how things are going so far. I have the girls in their first week of 12/12.
I really have no idea of what to expect for yield, or what to do with it since I don't smoke lol.

Regular bag soil, led lighting. Root farm nutrients, every now and again. Not very heavy on the nutrients thinking that it was nute burn.

Aside from the weird shaped leaves I don't see much of a problem with the plant, which is why i want very concerned. Any input would be appreciated

Thanks
 
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How much of the plant has leaves like that?
Does it extend to other plants or just one?

Tbh, lots of questions will be asked, I've no doubt, but sounds like you may need to take your feeding schedule a little more seriously as advice will come in.

Most growers (me included) here are absolutely anal down to ml per gallon of nutrients depending on age, size, plant prefermce, pot size etc etc: so to say 'yeah I feed 'em as n when' is somebody not committing to the plant.

Not a slur, just an observation...
 
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Thank you for the input. It is not on any of my other plants, and only seems to be on 5 - 10% of the leaves.
I am now starting to feed 10ml per gallon of part 2 root farm - 2 - 3 - 7. Hoping to see a turn around moving forward with the plants.

I have noticed that the one in the fabric pot seems to be healthiest. Fabric pots will be used for all plants on future grows.

Watering is now 4L every 3 days. I am monitoring the fabric pot a bit more,I know it will most likely need more water than the buckets.

Thanks
 
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I have 1 plant out of about 30 that has 5 leaves like that, been that way whole time, healthy, no sign of pests or wind or nute issues, just couple weird leaves. I was just gonna germ another seed of green crack & see if it was fluke or what.
Not wind burn, not nutrient or ph issues, not pests that I can find, I think its genetic but I'm not sure. I'll know after I pop next seed but that could be a min, got too much going right now
 
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I have 1 plant out of about 30 that has 5 leaves like that, been that way whole time, healthy, no sign of pests or wind or nute issues, just couple weird leaves. I was just gonna germ another seed of green crack & see if it was fluke or what.
Not wind burn, not nutrient or ph issues, not pests that I can find, I think its genetic but I'm not sure. I'll know after I pop next seed but that could be a min, got too much going right now
My guess in your case @DreamsOfDiesel , you read the plant's needs and made the adjustment without really thinking about it. If whatever caused the issue was still present, you'd still be seeing this on new growth. If new growth looks nice and no sign of it spreading ... that you HAD an issue (past tense) lol.

Old growth rarely heals.
 
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My guess in your case @DreamsOfDiesel , you read the plant's needs and made the adjustment without really thinking about it. If whatever caused the issue was still present, you'd still be seeing this on new growth. If new growth looks nice and no sign of it spreading ... that you HAD an issue (past tense) lol.

Old growth rarely heals.
It's possible but I havent made any real adjustments, maybe it was just more sensitive & grew out of it. I expect plants to perform with my methods, if they dont then I dont keep them, I'm harsh but I end up with some awesome stuff most of the time
 
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I have 1 plant out of about 30 that has 5 leaves like that, been that way whole time, healthy, no sign of pests or wind or nute issues, just couple weird leaves. I was just gonna germ another seed of green crack & see if it was fluke or what.
Not wind burn, not nutrient or ph issues, not pests that I can find, I think its genetic but I'm not sure. I'll know after I pop next seed but that could be a min, got too much going right now
that’s not genetic
 
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Doubtful on the heat stress. Its a pretty steady 75 in the tent. I don't have a fan in there aside from an exhaust fan. I check the ph of the water every now and again, its tap water and is right around 7ph when I check, granted it is litmus paper test. I will give it a couple more days with my fertilizer schedule and look at what the new growth is doing.

This being my first grow my biggest fear was nute burn. I may have scared myself into under fertilization.

It is an enjoyable hobby, just sitting with the tent cracked looking at them and inspecting. Hopefully the people I give the bud to will enjoy it.

Thanks everyone
 
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Doubtful on the heat stress. Its a pretty steady 75 in the tent. I don't have a fan in there aside from an exhaust fan. I check the ph of the water every now and again, its tap water and is right around 7ph when I check, granted it is litmus paper test. I will give it a couple more days with my fertilizer schedule and look at what the new growth is doing.

This being my first grow my biggest fear was nute burn. I may have scared myself into under fertilization.

It is an enjoyable hobby, just sitting with the tent cracked looking at them and inspecting. Hopefully the people I give the bud to will enjoy it.

Thanks everyone
My temps, nutes, light, fan, pests etc have been same whole time in the tents, all 30 or so of my plants have been in same conditions whole time, so it's either a strain genetically unable to handle normal treatment or it's a weak seed for my plant issues. Not sure if same for you because I have not been there doing the growing so I cant know for sure
 
Thank you for the input. It is not on any of my other plants, and only seems to be on 5 - 10% of the leaves.
I am now starting to feed 10ml per gallon of part 2 root farm - 2 - 3 - 7. Hoping to see a turn around moving forward with the plants.

I have noticed that the one in the fabric pot seems to be healthiest. Fabric pots will be used for all plants on future grows.

Watering is now 4L every 3 days. I am monitoring the fabric pot a bit more,I know it will most likely need more water than the buckets.

Thanks
You should be using the root farm base nutrients @ 10-15ml/gallon along with the part 2.
The base has all the micro nutes
 
You should be using the root farm base nutrients @ 10-15ml/gallon along with the part 2.
The base has all the micro nutes
I don’t know if this is your problem, I just know that I’m using the root farm nutrients and am not having the issue. Everything else is similar, I PH down to about 6 to ensure all nutes are readily available.
 
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Doubtful on the heat stress. Its a pretty steady 75 in the tent. I don't have a fan in there aside from an exhaust fan. I check the ph of the water every now and again, its tap water and is right around 7ph when I check, granted it is litmus paper test. I will give it a couple more days with my fertilizer schedule and look at what the new growth is doing.

This being my first grow my biggest fear was nute burn. I may have scared myself into under fertilization.

It is an enjoyable hobby, just sitting with the tent cracked looking at them and inspecting. Hopefully the people I give the bud to will enjoy it.

Thanks everyone
Google tobacco mosaic virus cannabis asap, link I saw
 
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Not sure if that's an acceptable link to post here but it showed pics of my exact leaves & stated it could be TMV or genetic mutation
 
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That is very similar to what I am experiencing. The only thing that doesn't line up is that my other plants are pretty happy and healthy. No transfer of virus to other plants.

Do you have any pics of your leaves DoD?
 
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