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Twisting Leafs

kali420

New Member
Hello,

Recently got some clones... They are growing day-to-day, but some of the leafs are twisting (see pics below). I'm not sure what is causing some of the leafs to twist... Perhaps the heat??

Here's some needed info:

They are indoor plants.
They are about 1-2 weeks old.
In Fox Farm Ocean Forest Potting Mix, in 3 gallon pots.
Under a 400w HPS light, about 20 inches away, hung directly above the plants.
They are on a 18on 6off lighting schedule.
Humidity ranges from 35%-45%
Temperatures range from 85-95 degrees fahrenheit.
I have NOT fed them anything.

PICS HERE, NOTICE THE RED ARROWS POINTING TO THE TWISTING LEAFS:
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Sorry the pics are not the best quality, cell phone pics...

THANKS IN ADVANCE!!!
 
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StonerGrower

New Member
Yeah man, its most likely heat stress, Ive had plants twist on me outside at 89 degrees and they looked just like that. However the picture quality is horrible, so theres really no real way of telling what it is. My best bet is heat stress though.
 

fallen

New Member
if it is a heat problem, you could fix it by going and buying some CFL's, especially since you're still in veg :eek:


that'd increase growth, due to the light being the correct spectrum, and reduce heat, since they don't produce as much heat.

hell then you can even move them closer to the plants.
 

RooRman

Well-Known Member
Yeah 85-95 degrees F is kind of hot for young plants.
 

kali420

New Member
OK! Thanks for the input everyone.
I'll try to keep it cooler with my POS in-the-wall air conditioner in the next room...
I also have some CFLs around here somewhere I just have to find them.

THANKS AGAIN!!
 
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