Some dont look so great...

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Hey everyone!
Been lurking for years, finally made an account. I've been rereading everything the last few weeks and my brain has turned to mush so I've finally decided to ask for help. 2nd grow, first was pretty good and haven't had issues like I feel I do now. Got some gorilla glue, grand daddy purp and girl scout cookies extreme. Started from seed beginning of Oct, so little over 2 months veg. Using promix potting mix and added some perlite. Black and pink bag. Seems like much debate on ph, I've been treating it like soil. Using dynagro foliage pro. Recently have been adding some dyna gro cal mag. Went from solo cup to 2 gal air pot to 5 gal air pot. Added great white during transplanting. Mixed very little great white in feed water like twice a while ago. My concern is possible low soil ph, but it should have lime so... one I read run off ("bro science" soil adjusts itself) and it was like 5.8ish. (Sorry I take no notes cause I want it in my brain but I definitely will be from now on cause I sound like an idiot whose guessing) so I don't want to chase ph, but I did water with higher ph but I'm learning about CEC and how higher ph water doesn't matter? There's so much info out there ("bro science") but bro science or not, it's all data in my mind. So back to my novel, I started learning about carbonates and bicarbonates. R/o vs tap in my mind. Tap has calcium and shit. I was unsure if the soil ph actually lowered because I use an alkaline machine for my water, it has filters and you can pick a ph from 5 to 11. The more nutes I would add, the higher ph I would start with since nutes drop it and then I'd used less ph down to adjust. (Shit just remembered I use dynagro protekt as well, never full dose, kinda just as a ph up.) I should ppm check the water before I add anything because I'm sure it's not 0 like r/o but idk what would exactly be filtered. I didn't use cal mag in previous waterings because I just learned of this carbonate (ro / makes acidic yes?) / bicarbonate (tap, calcium and such yes?) stuff. So this last week or two I've used tap water with some humic and folic acid (AN ancient earth) as treatment for the cholramines ( hope that's right lmao yay internet) with protekt. I'll get some pics soon, I just wanted to get this up first. But I do have some bottom leaves yellowing and browning and curling a bit. And then some rust spots if you will. Seems like growth stalled here and there. Then this last week a few plants, the whole plant is looking poopy. Dark veins, getting light between veins. I foliar sprayed to try and help a little and had some noticable growth. Crazy thing is, some seemed to have nute burn at the tips so I have not upped the feeding this whole time and I'm only at 1.25 ml per gal which is like 400 ppm.... so it could just be under fed...but I saw tips burning and was thinking food was making soil acidic so I've kinda just been frozen in limbo here reading way too much and a bit nervous to do anything lmfao thank you for reading this long ass crazy post and helping, we all learn from eachother hahaha oh temps and humidity pretty normal, vpd chat. Like 68 to 75f and like 65% to 75% this whole time. Uh led lights. Oh and purples stems adding to my confusion too. Gotta end this rant, will answer questions on anything I forgot lol
 
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Natural tent. Tip burn on the healthiest looking one. All fed the same. Looks like some clawing from over watering? Had / hopefully almost done with some thrips too, didn't seem like a crazy infestation, just can't knock them down all the way. I just wanna make sure my girls are 100% before I flip them, which I was hoping to do this last week but have not. Thanks again every one for reading all this long bs!
 
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Some new growth occurred. Stems look green for now.. I'm wondering if the pics of the damaged leaves will recover. Not the yellow brown and spots or curling but the light green between the veins or if itll just look like that forever and have to wait for full new leaves to grow.
 
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hey just came across your thread, i’m heading to bed, i’ll try to get through all that info tomorrow..
things look fine meaning don’t worry, it’s nothing terrible.
 
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hey just came across your thread, i’m heading to bed, i’ll try to get through all that info tomorrow..
things look fine meaning don’t worry, it’s nothing terrible.
Right on! I feel that and thanks for the reply.
 
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well i don’t see any serious issues, those yellow lower leaves are older and possibly from the soil being depleted of nutrients before you transplanted into new soil with nutrients. might of been a watering issue, either way i think your fine though you said you got thrips? well deal with that before trying to diagnose issues as that is an issue!
i’m not experienced with pest, but someone will chime in with some advice if needed..
what light you got and how close?
 
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Thank you and thank you! I agree they don't look terrible I was just concerned going into flower that they were healthy enough. I'm thinking they may have been underfed more than actual lockout and probably didn't like me messing with them so much... One tent has a marshydro ts3000 and the other tent has a marshydro tsw2000 and ts1000. All like ~30in away. Which is all the room I have left, they are at the top on 60inx60inx80in tents
 

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