Hey everyone, im currently in the early stages of my first grow and here are some of the stats. Right now I have 1 400 MH with 2 plants under it. Have a portable AC which cools and exhausts hot air. Using FF nutes and soil. So here is my question. Through my research I have learned yellowing leaves are a sign of nute deficiency. i am growing a Lemon Skunk and a Big Bang and both were germinated by soaking then putting immediatly into soil. The LS broke ground first and as of today (day 6 since put in soil) the LS is looking great and is about 4 inches talls with 2 true leaves and the 2 cotelydons all of which are a nice green. Now here is my issue, Big bang was done the exact same way and has just broke the surface earlier this morning. My question is the cotelydons on the bang are already turning yellow and the true leaves are still to small but from what i can tell they arent nearly as green as the skunk. So my question is, is bang really having nute deficiency this early? the general statement is dont use nutes until ATLEAST 1 and a half to 2 weeks of growing have occured. It is not hot at all, the room stays right under 80 and it got the same soil as the Skunk. Will be moving light up about a couple inches cause of the skunks rapid growth later today but I dont want to if the bang is suffering from light deficiency (dont know why it would be though). Any ideas as to what to do?