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Stewie85

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Are the leaves curling up like this They are twisting at the tip and curled up all along the left is it nutrients hate first time growing not too sure
 

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Dwight Monk

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More info and natural light pics would help folks help you better (hard to see actual color of leaves with pics in some kinds of lights). Not that you may not get a wide range of advice anyway ;), but it narrows it down a bit more with more info. Otherwise more of a guessing game and/or a game of 20 Questions to get anywhere, so you will get more advice (modern times folks lazy so to speak so they won't go thru all that to help) coupled with much better advice with more info, one of those "too much information" doesn't really apply to growing as some other things in life.
 

Botanical Bondage

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More info and natural light pics would help folks help you better (hard to see actual color of leaves with pics in some kinds of lights). Not that you may not get a wide range of advice anyway ;), but it narrows it down a bit more with more info. Otherwise more of a guessing game and/or a game of 20 Questions to get anywhere, so you will get more advice (modern times folks lazy so to speak so they won't go thru all that to help) coupled with much better advice with more info, one of those "too much information" doesn't really apply to growing as some other things in life.
Maybe this is the wrong sub or something. But you can clearly see the curl in his leaves he is talking about.

I've always thpught this to light or heat stress.
 

SmokingWings

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Maybe this is the wrong sub or something. But you can clearly see the curl in his leaves he is talking about.

I've always thpught this to light or heat stress.
Yes he is talking about the curl along the edges of the leaves. But, if the photo was taken in natural or a white light we could see if there are other colors showing up in the leaves that would also mean some problem has started. There could be spots that are from insects or a nutrient deficiency. There could be areas of the leaf that have changed to a lighter green because of missing nutrients.

When the grower looks at his or her plants under the lights that they installed their eyes and brain will automatically filter out the oddball colors caused by the lights. It happens to just about all of us and before long we don't even notice that there is a strange red, purple or blue light on our plants.

When the photo is taken the camera will show the colors that are there. Then when we look at the photo we see the same colors and the color receptors in our eyes will not filter out any odd tints or shades of color. The end result is we do not see everything that is there that needs to be seen.
 
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