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Quexos started grow question 3 years ago
I could use a little feedback about my variegated leaves. I provided pictures. I would say she has about 10% variegation. Ph, PPM, Temps, Humidity, are all within normal parameters.

I'm running a 260wQB in a 4x4 tent. She is about 20" from the light. Other plants are fine.
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Stick answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi @Quexos! This is genetic randomness, this can stunt the plant if the bleaching spread, since chlorophyll is essential to the photo-synthesis process. However I see your plant went through this issue and grew up nicely, this shouldn't be a problem anymore. Keep us up-to-date and happy growing! :facepunch:
OutForReal answered grow question 3 years ago
Yes it is a variegation visible on these leaves but I would say 5% , it is not an extended on as I already seen some plants with 50 to 70% leaves with the variegation variation. It will not harm your grow. Now as a personal reflection I always asked my self why no breeders had the idea to breed a plant that have the variegation gene ? I mean we have purple plants , leaves that are looking like duck foot , but nothing based on variegation :blush::+1:
DissNoof answered grow question 3 years ago
this is rare genetics on rare genetics man only thing it will change is that it might make it slightly tougher to figure out deficiencies. For example now you need to check the stems for color changes which i do see happening off the pictures coming into the flower/pre-flower phase. you'll want to add cal-mag or better yet mag-sulfur if you have it on hand to accompany this lady through her stretch. Might even impact the varigation , probably not though ! hope this helps ! :rocket: