Heat stress, calcium defiency, Spider mites (or combination?) Hey all, Tons of pictures : Plant 1 - A Plant 1 - B Plant 1 - C Plant 1 - D Plant 1 - E Plant 1 - F Plant 2 - A Plant 2 - B Plant 2 - C Plant 2 - D Plant 2 - E Plant 2 - F Plant 2 - G Well I saw a few white flies / spider mites the other day, around 2-3 of each. So I made up the organic spray from a post on these forums (red pepper, garlic, clove, etc). I srapyed it on it, not realizing I should also move up to 400 watt HPS and 250 MH bulbs. The next morning they looked pretty bad from heat stress. But they seemed to have gotten a little worse since then and I have moved the light up. After investigating, i read that the heat stress should be on the cloest leafs to the light, and as you can see on my pics that is not the case, you can see the problems on the lower leaves the worse. I am not sure now if it is just heat stress, or if is also a calcium defiency I have a problem with. I am running to kmart and purchasing some garden lime to spray on them to correct a calcium defiency. Two questions ) can I turn the light out (right now I am running a 24/0 schedule) for two hours or so after I srpray them, so they can dry / absorb it properly and not become more heat stressed. second ) will spraying this on the leaves, have any negative effect if it is not calcium defiency in the first place and just heat stress. Thanks.