Leafs are curling and have a plant that keeps growing 3 leafs

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This is my first time growing and leafs have started to change and noticed they starting curling been kinda worried ever since I’ve noticed so wanted see if can get some one else’s though on why they might be doing this it’s only this one strain I have five of and other 3 that are different been feeding them the same but only been happening to that one strain that I got five of, thanks in advance .I also got a presidential og just one plant I got it from seed feminized but continues to grow 3 leafs and Kinda seemed like it wanted to start budding it did have a five leaf in the beginning but those were kind of small but for the most part keeps growing 3 leafs, should I be worried or throw it out and not waiste my time ?
 
GNick55

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the tacoing effect is mostly likely the lights are too close,
3 fingered leaves are a sign of stress, pest, mildew, .. etc
 
smokedareefer

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I had a chemdog 91 cross that would shoot out 3 leaves every second or 3rd node
 
Daddyrichie420

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the tacoing effect is mostly likely the lights are too close,
3 fingered leaves are a sign of stress, pest, mildew, .. etc
My light is almost 3 feet away from the tallest plant is that to close, and my 3 leaf one been like that since it was small and I gave a seed of the presidential to a friend and his is the same so maybe genetics ? And I usually don’t over water my plants I have started to water them a lot more now and as far as pest few gnats but only like one or two flying around even when I tap the tents to see if theirs any
 
GNick55

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one gnat can mean
hundreds and its the larvee that are the problem as they eat the roots, they have a 30 day life cycle, so maybe that’s what is causing leaf curling.. or too high nutrients..
3 leaf genetics, could be if the seed is the same..,🤔
 
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