NEW LIGHT IS THAT THE PROBLEM?

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MrGrowBig

MrGrowBig

Idk what’s wrong idk how it would be heat stress my temps stay within guidelines , could it be from too much light for a long period & is it okay to prune those new growth coming off the stock or are those potential coals ?
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TripsRabbit

TripsRabbit

Looks rootbound and overwatered or maybe vpd issues. I'd repot and pull off "everything" on the bottom three layers.
Look up a vpd chart and see if your temp/humidity is right. Could also be light issues, it looks awfully blue.
 
MrGrowBig

MrGrowBig

Looks rootbound and overwatered or maybe vpd issues. I'd repot and pull off "everything" on the bottom three layers.
Look up a vpd chart and see if your temp/humidity is right. Could also be light issues, it looks awfully blue.
I don’t understand the vpd cart at all it did have a over watering problem but then I reported it and now it’s growing so maybe root bound cause when I lift the cup I can see them for sure & what do you mean 3 layers could you circle and show me ) and would it be soon to fim or top ??
 
MIMedGrower

MIMedGrower

it’s already 27 inch away

I have no experience wih a lamp like yours but my 315 cmh needs to be 40” away from plants that size.

I backed it away until the leaves looked flat and happy. The recomended hanging height was 20” but that is good for peak flowering mature plants when i tried.
 
MrGrowBig

MrGrowBig

I have no experience wih a lamp like yours but my 315 cmh needs to be 40” away from plants that size.

I backed it away until the leaves looked flat and happy. The recomended hanging height was 20” but that is good for peak flowering mature plants when i tried.
What should I do to improve do I prune like the dude was talking about
 
Beachwalker

Beachwalker

Or just raise the lamp a bit more and transplant up when it dries out good. Looks like just a little light stress or maybe nute stress.
+1 raise the light, don't prune anything
 
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