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    Hi,

    I am first time grower, so i apologize if I am paranoid.

    I noticed a leaf deformation on one of my seedlings around 11 days old.

    There is no noticeable discoloration or damage to the leaves. nothing I could find with the naked eye at least.
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    I used a cheap usb microscope therefor I am uncertain of the enlargement factor, for size comparison the leaves i inspected are roughly 7 cm in length.

    top of leaf:

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    the brown spots, I think, is soil when I switched pots yesterday.

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    underside of leaf

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    Any help is highly appreciated. Even thou my plants are quite young I have grown fond of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tb0rg View Post
    Hi,

    I am first time grower, so i apologize if I am paranoid.

    I noticed a leaf deformation on one of my seedlings around 11 days old.

    There is no noticeable discoloration or damage to the leaves. nothing I could find with the naked eye at least.
    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_20201019_204005.jpg 
Views:	53 
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ID:	389622

    I used a cheap usb microscope therefor I am uncertain of the enlargement factor, for size comparison the leaves i inspected are roughly 7 cm in length.

    top of leaf:

    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Image_2020-10-19 20_18_22_506.jpg 
Views:	51 
Size:	120.0 KB 
ID:	389623


    the brown spots, I think, is soil when I switched pots yesterday.

    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Image_2020-10-19 20_19_26_263.jpg 
Views:	56 
Size:	118.5 KB 
ID:	389624


    underside of leaf

    Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	389625


    Any help is highly appreciated. Even thou my plants are quite young I have grown fond of them.
    Hi and welcome

    Sorry but I can't tell what they are. Could be little eggs?
    Perhaps start some organic systemic pest control going like neem oil and don't forget to spray under the leaves.

    All the best with your grow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petal View Post
    Hi and welcome

    Sorry but I can't tell what they are. Could be little eggs?
    Perhaps start some organic systemic pest control going like neem oil and don't forget to spray under the leaves.

    All the best with your grow
    Thats was my guess as well. I noticed a single small fly in my grow room, other then that I was unable to find any "adult" pests.

    I already ordered neem oil and will try that. I hope i can prevent any permanent damage.

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    Just because your paranoid doesn't mean they aren't eggs, from the sounds of things it's probably aphids. You can get an adult female that can fly and she can drop a bunch of eggs real quick and then they hatch fast and you just get overloaded.

    Sticky traps for around the plants and a good spray three days apart at first and then probably weekly until you get into flower, unless of course you happen to knock them out earlier.

    I started using a combination of sulfonated neem oil and pyrethrin on my outdoor plants when they are vegging. It's actually a fruit tree spray that's completely organic.

    There are a lot of good things out there it's always best to go for the organic and the oil soaps that kind of thing.



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    Hey Jingo

    sulfonated neem oil and pyrethrin that sounds good.

    how do you make it or does it come pre mixed?

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    It's a premixed fruit tree spray I think it's made by Montgomery? I can't remember exactly, but I'm sure they would have something similar in your part of the world.



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    The looks might be right.

    After reading up on it I actually ordered emulsified neem oil and a product with pyrethrin in it, its made from chrysanthemum.

    Can I spray it during the lights on time for an indoor plant? Most guides i read suggest not using it in direct sunlight, but I am unsure for an indoor plant getting around 450 par.

    Thank you for your help.

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    I take mine out to spray and then I leave them sitting for a while with some air blowing on them so they can dry off before going back under intense lights, if you have the ability to dim your lights you could do that.



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