Leaves curling with a yellowish and glossy looking tint

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There main stems and branches are very soft which I'm not sure if that's normal. Other then that I've just been waiting for them to gain some height hopefully!
They are 53 days from seed. I havr them in 1 gal pots.
They usually get fed every 4 to 5 days
1 gallon between all 6

They are all supposed to be feminized seeds , one as you can see is definitely an auto lol.
 
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There main stems and branches are very soft which I'm not sure if that's normal. Other then that I've just been waiting for them to gain some height hopefully!
They are 53 days from seed. I havr them in 1 gal pots.
They usually get fed every 4 to 5 days
1 gallon between all 6

They are all supposed to be feminized seeds , one as you can see is definitely an auto lol.
next time those are dry slide them out to see roots,. transplant coming up maybe,..
 
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There main stems and branches are very soft which I'm not sure if that's normal. Other then that I've just been waiting for them to gain some height hopefully!
They are 53 days from seed. I havr them in 1 gal pots.
They usually get fed every 4 to 5 days
1 gallon between all 6

They are all supposed to be feminized seeds , one as you can see is definitely an auto lol.

@GNick
next time those are dry slide them out to see roots,. transplant coming up maybe,..
Yes transplant in tbe next like 5 days in thinking we will see! I read something that said to look for black spot on the roots
 
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There main stems and branches are very soft which I'm not sure if that's normal. Other then that I've just been waiting for them to gain some height hopefully!
They are 53 days from seed. I havr them in 1 gal pots.
They usually get fed every 4 to 5 days
1 gallon between all 6

They are all supposed to be feminized seeds , one as you can see is definitely an auto lol.
>They usually get fed every 4 to 5 days 1 gallon between all 6

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So this is my whole set up as of now. I'm trying really hard to maintain the temps and humidity, making sure to keep any bugs away, it's been hard with my veg area not being concealed in any way and taped off floor to ceiling with tarp in my garage. Lol.

The two older girls newly into flower are roughly 75 days old. Got them at a month old and that was beginning of April. The 6 younger ones in veg are 56 days old and I just transplanted them yesterday, so I'm just trying to let them settle for now to let them re adap to the new pots. Still don't know if them being 12 to 13 inches tall at this age is normal or if they may have gotten stunted as well at some point.

If anybody has any ideas of anything else I could be doing Im all ears, haha. 😎😎😎
 
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About the only thing I can see is, may be getting the bags up off the floor a couple of inches so you get circulation underneath them! I don’t know if it does any good with hard pots. They are looking healthy and you are doing a good job! Be interesting to see how much stretch you get now that you’re gone into flour! If you don’t have one, maybe have a fan sweeping back-and-forth from a distance just to circulate the air a little bit! Carry on, Private freeman!😀🐒
 
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Older girls, and one auto that I came upon on accident, haha. It's been interesting watching it grow and seeing the differences in what it takes to grow an autoflower seeds over regular feminized seeds.

All three of them are doing really good. The two oldest ones are really flourishing now since being put into flower recently.
 
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The 5 younger girls are doing well since there transplant. I just fed them yesterday, I think they were ready for sure. I'm happy with there progress so far, we will see how much bigger they get from here lol. 😎😎😎
 
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All the younger girls have been doing well, even more so since the transplant a week or two ago. My only concerns are some of the leaves looking as if they are disintegrating? maybe even like being eaten away? I'm not sure though 🫤 I've seen it before in some of my plants this run probably like 3 to 4 weeks ago. Idk if it's something I need to worry about or not, it doenst seem to be getting worse and it's happening at a slow rate.
The only other thing was, again lol there height! Haha, idk if I did something in the beginning to mess with there vertical growth, but them sitting at 11 to 13 inches and they are almost 10 weeks old doesn't seem quite on target for what I was expecting, I know every pheno is gonna be different but I was thinking at this point they would be about 24 to 26 inches.

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These older ones here are doing totally fine, quite well I think! They are growing up as much as i think they can at the moment so I am really happy about that!
 
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All the younger girls have been doing well, even more so since the transplant a week or two ago. My only concerns are some of the leaves looking as if they are disintegrating? maybe even like being eaten away? I'm not sure though 🫤 I've seen it before in some of my plants this run probably like 3 to 4 weeks ago. Idk if it's something I need to worry about or not, it doenst seem to be getting worse and it's happening at a slow rate.
The only other thing was, again lol there height! Haha, idk if I did something in the beginning to mess with there vertical growth, but them sitting at 11 to 13 inches and they are almost 10 weeks old doesn't seem quite on target for what I was expecting, I know every pheno is gonna be different but I was thinking at this point they would be about 24 to 26 inches.

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mmmm possibly an insect/pest,..
short plants are usually from some sort of stress,.. like your first 2, we determined wind stress i think,..
to me from what i can see is improper watering habits,.
 
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mmmm possibly an insect/pest,..
short plants are usually from some sort of stress,.. like your first 2, we determined wind stress i think,..
to me from what i can see is improper watering habits,.
Hmm I was/am pretty certain I have fine tuned there feedings and schedule. Maybe not though! Lol. They are set to get fed today, if I give them less water they just get dry out cquicker and if I give them to much obviously they start to show sign of it. I feel like I've got there feedings down to where I feed them every 3 to 4 days about a gallon and a half to two gal of water, I'm still using the ff nutrients which to be honest feels like one of the few things that they like. They seem really healthy other then that. Maybe I should give them more time in between feedings? @GNick55
 
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