Leaf issues. Deficiency or burn?

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Thanks in advance for any opinions. I'm having leaf issues with 2 Orange Sherbet Autos at 26 days old and 1 Banana Kush Auto at 19 days old. I think it's a deficiency IMO, because the 2 older plants started showing signs first, with the bigger of the 2 being the first of all 3 to show any signs, with the smallest and youngest of the 3 (banana Kush) being the last to start showing signs. I took the pics with the flash on and then some with flash off. Basically started with small yellowish dots that had a brownish center and some yellowing of the tips, especially the little "points on the side of leaves" (Idk what that's called lol). Those leaf sides are curling up a little bit. By the way, I just gave my plants a little flush and some water on the leaves before I took the pictures, is why they are drooping, from the weight of the water on the leaves. They were started in small styro' cups, but I cut the bottoms off within a few days of sprout and planted in the fabric pots. That's why there's cup rims sticking out the coco View attachment 1106476 View attachment 1106477 View attachment 1106478 View attachment 1106482 View attachment 1106483 View attachment 1106484 View attachment 1106485 View attachment 1106486 View attachment 1106487 View attachment 1106488
 
AnOldColdSoul13

AnOldColdSoul13

Thanks in advance for any opinions. I'm having leaf issues with 2 Orange Sherbet Autos at 26 days old and 1 Banana Kush Auto at 19 days old. I think it's a deficiency IMO, because the 2 older plants started showing signs first, with the bigger of the 2 being the first of all 3 to show any signs, with the smallest and youngest of the 3 (banana Kush) being the last to start showing signs. I took the pics with the flash on and then some with flash off. Basically started with small yellowish dots that had a brownish center and some yellowing of the tips, especially the little "points on the side of leaves" (Idk what that's called lol). Those leaf sides are curling up a little bit. By the way, I just gave my plants a little flush and some water on the leaves before I took the pictures, is why they are drooping, from the weight of the water on the leaves. They were started in small styro' cups, but I cut the bottoms off within a few days of sprout and planted in the fabric pots. That's why there's cup rims sticking out the coco View attachment 1106476 View attachment 1106477 View attachment 1106478 View attachment 1106482 View attachment 1106483 View attachment 1106484 View attachment 1106485 View attachment 1106486 View attachment 1106487 View attachment 1106488
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GNick55

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when did you water last?
leave it for a few days after, than take it out of that cup and repot it. while doing that safely and quickly look at the roots for colour.
it’ll be a good couple weeks before it’s growing again if you haven’t caused bad root damage and you don’t water too frequently..
basically just leave her alone..
 
AnOldColdSoul13

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when did you water last?
leave it for a few days after, than take it out of that cup and repot it. while doing that safely and quickly look at the roots for colour.
it’ll be a good couple weeks before it’s growing again if you haven’t caused bad root damage and you don’t water too frequently..
basically just leave her alone..
It's in coco so its been getting water a couple times a day normally. I just did the cup thing to have better control of the seed staying wet through germination without having to water the whole surface of the pot, but I've honestly already decided that I dont like the cup idea. I cut the bottoms off when I transplanted so the roots could grow down and out into the rest of the pot. That was my thinking at the time anyways. So you think I should try to get the cup off from around the root ball and transplant it? Even with the roots growing down into the rest of the medium that surrounds the cup?
 
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