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  • Hi everyone. Im new to the growing world and things were going smoothly until today. I have 12 plants (7 super silver haze; 5 white widow; fem) and just transplanted them from a jiffy pot into 5 gallon buckets containing 70:30 ratio of coco and perlite along with clay pebbles at the bottom of the bucket for drainage.

    The issue I’m having is that the leaves seem to be curling inwards on themselves and a few seem disfigured (will upload picture once I figure out how to). I believe I could have overwatered them since I was preparing them for transplant, but that doesnt explain the odd shaped leaves.


    Yesterday (1st day of fertilizers at 1 week old), I gave the plants Vitamin B1 and a dilute solution of cal-mag 2-0-0, flora-micro 5-0-1, flora-grow 2-1-6, and flora-bloom 0-5-4.

    background:
    2x 2000W LED Farmurs growing lights 3-4ft above plants
    5x10ft growing tent
    Temp: 72-86 F
    Humidity: 40-70%
    Some wind via oscillating fan, no intake/exhaust fans

    Please help! Thanks
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    Pragmatosis
    The picture is misleading of my setup. Lol. My phone camera is broke so I have to use the like 2x zoom to take pics. I have a fan blowing on my 12 different plants. The soil is moist because I transplanted them into the 5gal bucket an hour ago and then watered them.
    Wildmanz
    Wildmanz
    You got this, and thanks for vid, not sure if I watched that 1 or not, but I will. I have so much to learn, myself.
    Canuckush
    Canuckush
    Ok it's a coco grow, don't allow it to dry out, it's not soil, feed daily to runoff a quarter strength feed. The seedlings probably just responded to the transplant and high temperatures.
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