Impressions about plant
So last week I believed it to be the Fox Farms soil I planted in causing the warped leaves. JR noticed on my bigger 'test' plant that the leaves were starting to taco up and dry out and tear. This was due to my 300W LED being at 55-60% when it should have been closer to 30-40%. If it was too much light for a 4-5 week old plant it's DEF too much light for these little guys. Either way I consider them to have moved out of their seedling phase and onto their Veg phase where they will remain for awhile since they'll be going through one topping each and 4-way LST for both. In the first picture this week, you can tell the new growths are looking really healthy and happy since the light has been dimmed down.
2/3/23 @ 9:30am - Each plant given 1 cup of Campden water pH'd to 6.5
2/6/23 @ 12:10pm - Both plants given about 1 cup of Campden + RECHARGE water pH'd to 6.3
2/8/23 @ 12pm - Pheno #2 is just about ready for their first and only topping. #1 still has about a week or so before topping. I realized today that the soils actually pretty dry, which tells me they're thirsty / hungry and are nearly ready for a transplant. I also adjusted the lamp a few inches up since the plants grew. Its back to 30" above the top of these plants.
2/8/23 @ 5:30pm - Both plants given about 1.25 cups of campden water pH'd to 6.5. Should be right on schedule to transplant to 2 Gallon fabric pots on Friday.