They look overwatered to me man! And hungry too.
I have been feeding at 910ppm and I only water when there dry
When I watered I did get a lot of run off
My knowledge is limited, very much so.
In a few hours when our community wakes up, you'll get a lot more answers. Patience.
low co2 causing crinkled leaves cause they can't breathe right and needing food..
edit: bottom right leaf and top right center leaf look like they're eating themselves
So I should turn extraction up ?
And thanks in advance for any input really didn't think people would help out
duuuude!!! this is OG.. everyone helps everyone.. we're all doing the same thing brother.. trying to live
Think I burnt some leaves with light to close I moved it up and it improved
light burn would be pretty difficult with leds... plants will eat themselves if they aren't fed enough.. on the opposite end of the spectrum and probably more likely is that they've been fed too much and you have a nute lockout
What's your media? Do you have good aeration? May have dry pockets if your water is running right through!
Could have a nutrient lockout due to incorrect Ph the lighter colored tops indicate to me it's an immobile nutrient deficiency!
Edit: Per the comment with @toastyjakes it's easy to go the other way as well by overfeeding one nutrient by causing a deficiency of another! A very fine balancing act when mixing up water solutions that's why I'm an all organic guy sorry I can't help much with that PPM' stuff it's like Chinese to me! Sorry
Temps 78 day 67 night Humidity 55-65Feeding canna range at 1.3Ph at 5.8Run off came back at 1.1-1.2Only watering coco when light bout 4kg for 11ltr pot
I give all nutes plenty of time to mix and let water warm to 65fI use dechlorined water
Be sure to check also:
Only use ro water in the humidifier
I love my babies n really want them praying happy
N there under a 600w mh dimmed to 400w
Ends of the leaves look nutrient burned. Your ppm is far to high also. Flush the plants then feed them a lower dose of nutrients. They also look over watered and heat stressed. Back the lights off a little and feed less often. Cannabis love a dry environment but not too hot 65 - 75 degrees is ideal Water only one day then feed nutrients 2 days after. So water Monday miss Tuesday nutrients Wednesday miss Thursday water Friday miss Saturday nutrients Sunday and so on.