Wondering what this is curling leaves seedlings

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ok some last night didn't want to go to crazy but seemed to open it up a bit ill definitely take some every once in a while if they look like they are shading budsites
 
Captspaulding

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A sporting gentlemen I see, quite the stupendous grow there. Looks like she really enjoyed that pruning.
 
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Slight burnt tips but only on the ones closest to light so I moved it up a little otherwise starting to smell like weed lol happy with them next ones I'm only going to do 2 probably though lol
ok good eye..
 
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Ok thanks I wanted to use fabric pots how would I go about that is 3 gal max I should go if I wanted to go 5 is that ok, or should I go from 3 to 5 and how would I do that just plant the fabric pot itself into the 5?
I go from solo up to 7 gallon BUT if you are not confident with your watering I would recommend staring at 1 to 3 gallons and practice. It seems like your space is small though so maybe stay small pot wise. Also take it out of the fabric pot like with a normal transplant.
 
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Most are just the very tips I think either the light or I let them get a little dry one day the one with the bronze spots there's only 2 leaves on the plant like that
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Looks like you're in a 2x2, the t3 would work great in there. I nust got one for my 3x3 with thier 6 inch fan and controller. Isn't quite strong enough to push past 60%rh on it's own so I'm using my old one as well for seedling stage, but for your size tent, it would be great.
 
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More pics. Quick question should I be letting them grow into the light a bit I've been keeping the light 35 inches away at about 50 to 60 percent giving me a lux of around 10500 should I slowly be increasing the lux? Sorry for all the dumb questions just would rather hear from people who know what they are doing than trying to find the info online lol
I'm sure more experienced folks can give better advice, but if they're established and you don't mind the electricity, I'd raise the light and let them grow into it. That's how I'm doing it anyways🤷‍♂️
 
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