What do you all think this is?

Bucsfan80

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Just noticed this and am wondering what it is and what caused it. The last pic is zoomed in some. I have my suspicions but just want to confirm with you guys and gals.
4ish maybe 5 weeks, dwc, tap water @50ppm GH flora trio. 5.7-6.0 ph. Running just under 500ppm/1.0- EC. Topped once and lst'd. Roots are long as hell and look and smell fresh.
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NanoGadget

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I have a sherb cross that does that naturally, but not sure in your case. any signs that the plants are unhappy?
 
I'd wager either a touch of p... or just the genes....Looks pretty happy? Can't say I have much experience in deep water culture tho....Do you find it easier than soil? I just start two more autos in soil... but this dwc looks interesting.
 

Bucsfan80

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I'd wager either a touch of p... or just the genes....Looks pretty happy? Can't say I have much experience in deep water culture tho....Do you find it easier than soil? I just start two more autos in soil... but this dwc looks interesting.
What do you think about light/heat stress? I had the light pretty close.
I haven't grown soil so can't speak to that. I love it! It can be a little finicky at times but so can anything right.
 
I mean, I run a bar style and I was at 18" veg ...then 14....then 12" in full flower, but i know the qb boards have a hotter center light wise....I mean it COULD be, but the ts1000 is a pretty easy going light imo...either way id back it off a few inches... they dont need much in veg...And you'll know soon enough.... Kelp has turned many a P deficiencies around for me, easy to use and water in.. and its hard to over kelp if you just follow the directed mixing.
 

Hollatchaboy

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I'd wager either a touch of p... or just the genes....Looks pretty happy? Can't say I have much experience in deep water culture tho....Do you find it easier than soil? I just start two more autos in soil... but this dwc looks interesting.
Anything is as easy as you make it on yourself.
 

Roger A. Shrubber

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Anyone familiar with GG#4 that's what it is.
there's no being familiar with a certain strain anymore, every seed bank has a strain from a different breeder, and not a single fucking one of them are the same as another...i have 3 different versions of gorilla glue 4, one from the vault, one from Pev, and one from seedsman(where they have 3 strains called gorilla glue that look nothing alike at all)....and they look, smell, grow nothing alike....
 

Bukvičák

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