Laughing Buddha looking kinda sad

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I recently transferred a Laughing Buddha plant from a 4 inch pot to a 3 gallon bag. It looked fine while in the 4 inch but has gotten squirrely since the transplant. My first thought was nitrogen toxicity because of the way the leaves were curling up. I gave the plant a good flush but it's still looking kinda sickly, especially the new growth. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks.

From seed. Plant is 6 weeks old. pH: 6.5. Grow tent temp/humidity: 74F/50%. 18 hour light cycle. Organic soil. Fed once while in the 4 inch pot with Mad Farmer Growth Formula. The only thing it's gotten in the 3 gal pot is a mixture of molasses and Mad Farmer N.U.T.S.
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Grapefruitroop

Grapefruitroop

Yup, definitely get a 60x magnifier....if the new growth is very affected and the rithm of growth has slowd down, it really points out to mites..
Even doh i wouldnt be surprised if mites were not b found...ive seen some weird mutations that can really make you crazy.....no seed should be trusted😃
 
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