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Light pout...could be!
May want to try a slightly shorter lights on and see how they react.
They are in flower already. have been for over a week i got pistils everywhere on all the plants. I did raise the light for like 4 days to see if that would help i went to like 34 inches but light manufacturer says for flowering at 24 inches but i know strains and plants differ from there recommended heights idk wish i could find the problem bc shes done this since 2 weeks old you can see from the past picsI'd back it up rather than change the schedule. I've seen a few plants go into flower when the lights change. If the others are happy, put them on risers to keep them the same distance.
Ok gotcha sorry i dont know the quotes for alot of things but im figuring them out slowly lol bare with me.. i know ima try to back light off again and give it more then 4 days to respond most theyll do is stretch right?It's when leaves respond to too much light by trying to protect themselves.
O i thought that there was a good lady bug and a bad lady bug i might be wrong then.. ok yeah iv never seen that done with a transplant so would love to see those picsThat's good news!
Ladybugs don't eat leaves, they only eat bad bugs like aphids and thrips. Something else chewed on those leaves.
When you need to transplant out of a cloth pot, you put on an upside down container base thats smaller in diameter than the pot, and peel the cloth pot down around the base. I have pics of that somewhere that I'll find when I get to work this morning.