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Need help identifying and remedying whatever's going on with my Bruce Banner seedlings and their yellowing and drying leaves. I'm using Foxfarm's Ocean Forest soil indoors and had the same problem with Critical White clones in the previous crop. It made it to harvest, but wasn't pretty and probably affected yield, but not qaulity.
I suspect the soil, but wonder if anyone can help. Thanks.
You may be root bound, what size pot do you have those in and how long have they been in those pots? One thing you can do to check, is pull one out and check the bottom and if it is pure white or light brown means you are root bound and starving the plants of water. If this is the case transpo to a intermediate size pot if you want to veg longer, or transpo to your final size pot and put out to flower and you should be ok.