Hi all, I'm 6 weeks in to my first ever attempt from a couple of feminized seeds I got free from a mate. I don't know an awful lot about growing plants of any kind so trying to pick things up a long the way. My concern is that over the past week the leaves have started to look a little leathery, wrinkled and a little droopy (but that's mainly after watering) i've read this could be to nutrient deficiencies? The bottom leaves are also losing colour, and are a lighter shade of green on the verge of starting to look a little yellow. Two plants are Jack Diesel (Left) and Vintage 2006 (right) JDvsVin.JPG 498.16K <span>1 downloads</span> JD Left and Vintage on the Right: JD16.JPG 434.3K <span>1 downloads Vin6.JPG 479.77K 1 downloads</span> My current set up is kind of make shift using a single 125w 6400k CFL, with some sheets of foil (the dull side) as reflectors. Currently the plants get around 16 hours light and 8 hours dark. At the moment I am watering every couple of days, re-watering once the top inch or so of soil is dry. I generally put just under half a pint of tap water in each. Unfortunately the pots don't have holes in the bottom and I dont want to risk disturbing the plants by drilling a hole in while they are still potted? Looking a the pics, can anyone advise how well they think these are going and what I could do to prevent further wrinkling? I know the tap water in my area in pretty hard, normally 7-8ph so maybe that needs addressing? I also have a 3000k 125w CFL for flowering, when do you think I should be changing over? Any help would be most appreciated!