I could use a little advice from you...I'm growing a few Northern Lights feminized. This is my first grow.
Here's some info:
Seeds were introduced in soil 24 days ago. Soil has nutrients and its PH per label ranges from 5,8 to 6,5. Until they were 2 weeks old I watered them with water of 6,45PH, no nutrients. I used CFL 150w on 18/24 schedule.
At the end of week 2 I've changed them to a bigger tent and transplanted them to bigger pots. I'm not sure but I would say they're around 8 liters. The reason why I moved them to big containers was to avoid having them being transplanted again. They are now under 600w HPS same schedule and at around 80cm distance.
Anyway, after transplanting I gave them plenty of water, but this time the water I used had a PH of 6,0 and added some nutrients but I checked the PH level before watering and it was within the 6,0-6,5 range. Soon after the transplant, some little yellow spots began to appear on the second set of leaves (the 3 leaves). Yesterday, since it was time to water them again, I went back to the same water I initially used with a 6,5 PH and now I'm waiting to see.
Only the older leaves of 3 were affected, the new ones of 5 are growing and look healthy.
My question is: will the plants recover? And should I cut the affected leaves? Since they're Indica the leaves are huge and making a bit of shadow to younger leaves that are showing up.
All suggestions are welcome. Thank you!