Big'G'

Baffled please help!

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Brothers I suffer thus problem on every grow I'm not sure wtf it is but it's do I g my head in. 

I use of perfect base nutes nothing else

Ph  5.6

E.C 0.2

Room temp 21°C

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Hello!

It is complex to know, but at first glance, it looks like some kind of deficiency (magnesium - calcium?).

Do you regulate pH and use nutrients?

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Yeah am using Ph perfect by AN  base nutes only ph regulated.  

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Hello G

wat kind of water you use your tap water is hard water , soft water do you let evaporate the chlorine in hydro i think its very important the quality of the water first  

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I don't think its magnesium, but manganese deficiency. New leafs are more yellow and those spot are not on the side of the leaf.

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