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Borat420 started grow question 3 years ago
Why are the leaves curling in like that?
What other problems is my lil darling facing?
Thanks guys.
Green crack in spacebucket.
5 weeks
Green crack in spacebucket. Borat420
Green Crack Auto
14 comments · 3 years ago
Week 4
Techniques. Defoliation
mad_scientist answered grow question 3 years ago
Hello @Borat420! That's a heat stress. Raise your lamp a little bit and it will be ok. Happy growing! :facepunch:
Experimentgreen answered grow question 3 years ago
Since youre using cfl at 8 in distance that's pretty good, have you put your hand at plant level and see if it gets too hot after 15-30 seconds? If so the light needs moved. You say you reduced lamp distance...did the curl happen before or after that change? If none of this applies I'd say look into your watering ways, overwater can do a curl at this early stages. If it curled under I'd say the nutrients. Try looking into those various things, light, heat, and watering. Do each thing 1 at a time so you'll know the culprit. Best of luck, the plants at least look very green and healthy, slight curl included.
Oh ps. Being in a space bucket, you'll want to be checking the heat and humidity fairly often. Those small areas tend to be affected more by temp/ humidity due to the confined space.
Nova1 answered grow question 3 years ago
basically these ladies are fine, they're surviving but when they grow they get closer to the light and it stresses them. just inch your light slightly away for a bit, but beyond that i wouldn t change much, maybe put some zym to prevent root rot if you're nervous about that. Usually root rot doesn't happen so early on, but it depends on the wet dry cycle too... Looks healthy other than that, sometimes the new leaves look curled as they are growing out, too. Enjoy ! :rocket:
Mrs_Larimar answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi Borat/, its a Light/ heatstress your lil one got. Rise the Light and rise the Humidity ( a littele ) hers a shedule for Temp/Rh... and is it the truth you gave 10 ml/ l Fertilser to your Girl=?

If yes it was to much... 19-19-19 is very "rich" stuff and not meant for a small plant..... I would recommend a fertiliser with lower NPK around 4 -2-4------ . your fertiliser isd for the end of vegetative Stage in transisiton to the Flower and for Photoperiods..... Happy growing
Stick answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi @Borat420! This looks like a heat-stress, in this situation I'd try to decrease the daytime temperature a bit and/or increase the light-plant distance. I think she's reacting to the CFL you added, so raise up the light and give it a few days to adapt to her new environment, if you react quickly she should be fine. Hope this will help, keep us up-to-date and happy growing :facepunch: