Light green patterns on leaves

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Does any one know what this light green pattern is on my leaves?
I’m growing Gelato Ice Cream, Gelato 33,& some White Runtz all indoor all in the same tent using coco.
The light green pattern is only on my Gelato Ice Cream I have 4 of them everything else is looking healthy and strong
Please feed back will be very helpful, thank you!
 
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How cold? I would first check for thrips under some of those mottled leaves. I don't see bites but I can't zoom in too well
 
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How cold? I would first check for thrips under some of those mottled leaves. I don't see bites but I can't zoom in too well
I keep it 69 with the lights off and 74-76 with the lights on humidity is always between 50-55% and I checked underneath the leaves and everything seems to be fine, there’s definitely no mites (at least that I can see so far), I’m thinking it’s a strain thing but I could be wrong
 
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When I saw the title of this thread, I thought, "Another Mg deficiency," but looking at these pics, I'm throwing that theory away. I have never seen a pattern like this, and I have tortured plants for decades.
 
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Assuming led, warmer temps is what you need. You will get a lot better growth.
 
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what are you feeding, how often? runoff? ro or tap water? why bags around the pots?
I feed them the whole H&G line up every 2 days but now I just switched to every day and usually between 20% - 30% run off using RO water. Oh lol and the bags were only there because my trays cracked and I didn’t want to get the coco all on the floor, they were only there for around an hour until I bought new ones so I know that couldn’t be the problem
 
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When I saw the title of this thread, I thought, "Another Mg deficiency," but looking at these pics, I'm throwing that theory away. I have never seen a pattern like this, and I have tortured plants for decades.
No I’ve dealt with Mg deficiency before, I kinda wish that was the problem right now lol, but I’ve done some research and it’s looking like it could be mosaic virus, but there’s not much information on it about cannabis tho, which is weird
 

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