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Problem on my leaf, really fast spreading

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-Synthoms of the problem: Stuned grow and killing leaves

-Age of the plant: 3 weeks old

-Medium Used: soil

-Size of the pot: Red Cup size

-Temperature day: 26~ Celcius

-Humidity Levels: 81%

-Type of feeding, Water and natural soil

-Watering Frecuency: Every 2 days

-Light power: As strong as the sun


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Hi. I think you have root problems with are leaf issue. I think transplanting them to bigger pots will help them a LOT.

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Based on those pictures, My opinion on this would be that your plant might have an issue with a magnesium deficiency. Personally, I seem to get it after issues with spidermites or when the temperature of the sunlight is too hot. My personal remedy for this is epsom in my watering and constant proper ph and a temporary relocation of the plants to an area where they can recieve strong ambient light until they bounce back. I really hope this helps you out.



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