Individual fingers curling

Discussion in 'Sick Plants and Problems' started by Roniin, Mar 28, 2016.

  1. Alot of my mature budding plants are having this issue, the fingers of the fan leaves are curling upon themselves longways. Is it just because it's budding, so its putting all its got into buds which cause leaves to die this way?
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  2. I know tacoing is a sign of heat stress Im not sure if this is the same thing though but that's kinda what it looks like. Temps humidity and soil pH all correct?

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  3. Humidity low, temps might get a bit high, high 80s, possibly low low 90s. Is that the only cause is heat? I have 5-6 plants cramped in a ~3x3 area, they're about 3-4 feet tall bent in half. Maybe they're cluster phobic too, just too crowded? That could keep temps high too i guess. Any other possibilities?

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  5. Waaaaaay too hot... 68° - 75° is ideal. From what I've read 80° max.
     
  6. yea it's usually low 80s, it started going low/med 90s, I moved the light up a few inches and that helped

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