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What’s wrong with my plants?

Brnwn4

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Transplanted from solo to 2g smart pots last Saturday. It’s now Wednesday. They are perked up but I think I have mold? I snapped off some leafs that had yellow spots. But I have this weird kinda white glow? It’s not crazy white put a little? There in roots organic original soil. Ph is 6.4 ish? Haven’t tested run off. Only watered the one time when I transplanted em. Like 3gallons 1 gallon of my recipe for success mix. Then the 2g of just water. Between 15 plants. Pics below. I can answer anything. Should I water? Soil feels kinda dry. And are these leaves okay?? Not all plants affected. How fucked am I if it’s mold?...
 

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ChefDGreen

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Everything looks pretty healthy. That one that’s got the yellowing leaves and the yellow tips looks like nutrient burn to me. I’m going to assume that you’re feeding them all the same? That yellow one doesn’t like it as much as the others
Edit: i don’t see mold either, but the couple of pictures that might be mold are a bit blurry. If you’re worried about mold, increase air movement
 
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Brnwn4

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So when l planted it it was already yellow like that. Ever since I’ve had it really. But yeah they were all given a little bit of nutrients. I cut off a couple leafs that look liked they had the beginning of mold. And what ever leafs had like water stains I guess you could call it I wiped off with a damp paper towel.
Thing is, is I think the light was messing with me. When I looked at the “moldy” plants under my phones light they look completely fine so I dont know. Maybe I’m just freaking out?
 

Greenlizard

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One of the most important things to remember if you grow with LED and ask for help identifying issues with your plants is that "blurple" lights blind us from being able to tell what might be wrong with your plants if anything. You have to take new photos in normal lighting for anyone to diagnose plant issues. You will get a lot more help with regular photos my friend. :ganjamon:
 
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Brnwn4

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One of the most important thing to remember if you grow with LED and ask for help identifying issues with your plants is that "blurple" lights blind us from being able to tell what might be wrong with your plants if anything. You have to take new photos in normal lighting for anyone to diagnose plant issues. You will get a lot more help with regular photos my friend. :ganjamon:
My bad guys! Im still a newbie dummy. Ill be taking better pictures later on. I tried taking them with the flash on and without flash, but i guess i failed lol.
 

Brnwn4

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I'm too new to diagnose with assurity, but I hope to be starting to recognize things from my own plants and all these awesome journals and pictures! I'm noticing red stems on the right side of the tent. Bit of Magnesium deficiency?
I’ll add some cal-mag to my next watering. Thanks! :)
 

Emilya

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as to if you should water... while in veg and you are trying to build the roots, only if you can not feel water weight by lifting the containers.
 

Brnwn4

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I'm too new to diagnose with assurity, but I hope to be starting to recognize things from my own plants and all these awesome journals and pictures! I'm noticing red stems on the right side of the tent. Bit of Magnesium deficiency?
But should I even do it since the new growth isn’t yellow? Should I just prune the yellowed bottom leafs?
 

Pbass

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Hi @Brnwn4 I think at this point you should leave the lower leaves on and let them do whatever they can for the plant. I wish I could take a pic of my plants and show you my crusty bottom, like crumbling in my hands last week...I did a big flush because my PH was messed up (after letting them drying to bone dead snake desert dry like I'm supposed to) with ph'd water only, it turned these crispy crumbly fan leaves back into happy campers with some battle scars. OMG amazing stuff!
 

broadleaf

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What you are seeing in the op pictures is light burn from those leds too close. Back them up to manufactures recommended height from plants. Usually its 18" for flower and 24-30" for vegging. Most of the nutrient lock out and leaf burn grower experience is caused by LEDs being too close. What you see on your plants today started 2 weeks ago.
 

Brnwn4

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What you are seeing in the op pictures is light burn from those leds too close. Back them up to manufactures recommended height from plants. Usually its 18" for flower and 24-30" for vegging. Most of the nutrient lock out and leaf burn grower experience is caused by LEDs being too close. What you see on your plants today started 2 weeks ago.
It’s 24in away
 

Brnwn4

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Okay so update!
These are pics from March 16. Haven’t been able to snag any. But last bad thing was just purple stems but the top part is starting to be green and spreading down I guess? I dont know it’s kinda random green parts. But I haven’t seen them in about a week now so maybe it’s better. Was that due to transplant stress? Sorry for lack of good picture. Other than that. Good green leaf color and perkyness.
 

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Pbass

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Okay so update!
These are pics from March 16. Haven’t been able to snag any. But last bad thing was just purple stems but the top part is starting to be green and spreading down I guess? I dont know it’s kinda random green parts. But I haven’t seen them in about a week now so maybe it’s better. Was that due to transplant stress? Sorry for lack of good picture. Other than that. Good green leaf color and perkyness.
Looking good @Brnwn4 not sure on the color changes, stress sounds plausable. Whatever you are doing, keep doing it the room looks great!

You should move this to a journal it's def easier to follow that way. Cheers, happy Sunday!
 

Nickystickybuds

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One of the most important things to remember if you grow with LED and ask for help identifying issues with your plants is that "blurple" lights blind us from being able to tell what might be wrong with your plants if anything. You have to take new photos in normal lighting for anyone to diagnose plant issues. You will get a lot more help with regular photos my friend. :ganjamon:
So so so so so right
 

George Mc

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