Hey blades. Have 3 plants that are just over 3 weeks old from seed. Things were goin great but the new growth is looking a little shriveled and leaves are taco'd. Growth has been a little slow but they were just transplanted so I'm thinking that might have something to do with that. Anyways, I filled this info out to make it easier if anyone could toss their 2 cents in. I keep a decent log so hopefully that'll help. Pics too. Thanks for your time What type of medium; soil or hydro? Coco+Perlite 3:1 What brand and type of soil? Cyco Coco Pearl (Coco coir+about 25% perlite) Indoors or outdoors? Indoor What strain? 303 Seeds: Bio-chem How old are the plants? 3 weeks and 2 days from seed What type of lights and how many watts? 154 watts of 6500k CFLs How far from the lights? 3-4" What is your watering frequency and source of water? Has been every other day until 2 days ago, Thursday (1/23), when I transplanted from solo cups to 3 gallon smartpots. Haven't watered since directly after the transplant. ALWAYS distilled water What, how much and when was it fed? NPK? Fed every watering, always 1 cup each plant. Nutes are Botanicare PBP Grow, GO CaMg+, and NFTG pH up which is Calcium based. PPMS and pH of last 3 feedings are as follows: 1/19: 122ppm CaMg, 251ppm PBP Grow::::373ppm total, 6.1pH 1/21: 150ppm CaMg, 255ppm PBP Grow::::430ppm total; 5.7pH 1/23: 215ppm CaMg, 380ppm PBP Grow::::595ppm total; 6.0pH Haven't watered since the transplant. What is the medium/runoff pH and PPM if in hydro? Runoff from each plant is as follows: 1/19: ====plant1-406ppm, 6.4pH ====plant2-443ppm, 6.5pH====plant3-406ppm, 6.6pH 1/21: ====plant1-409ppm, 6.6pH ====plant2-440ppm, 6.7pH====plant3-380ppm, 6.7pH 1/23: Didn't measure runoff after the transplant. It's prebuffered to 5.5-6.5 so it shouldn't stray too much. What are the temps and humidity in the room? 70-77f,30-45% humidity What size pots? Red solo cups up until 1/23 when I transplanted to 3 gallon smart pots Any bugs? Look real close. Nope Any other pertinent info? Noticed growth has been slow, and the leaves are starting to taco.