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    Damaged leaf. Keep or snip?

    Hello, my plant’s in 2.5 weeks of veg growth. One of the leafs has a cut/tear. Do I snip it or leave it to grow? There’s some very slight yellowing around the cut and a couple of very small faint yellow dotting on another leaf as pictured. Thoughts? Thanks! ✌️

    #2
    Don't worry about the tear. I'm not sure where the yellow dots are. Otherwise, looks good.
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      #3
      Gingerbeard Thanks! Here’s a full pic. I don’t think the micro yellow spot I’m seeing are anything at all 👍

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        Ah! I see them. Get yourself a magnifying glass and/or loupe. Checking the underside of the leaves is always a good idea when anything is suspicious.
        Fine looking plant you have there.
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          Thanks Gingerbeard. I have some natural green cure for any bug or dresses. I’ve been using it as specified (once a week) but I’ll go ahead and use it more frequently

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        Yep do some inspecting...one of the leaves on the plant in the pic you posted looks like it has a bug hole (bug eating the leaf maybe)...
        I hope there is an afterlife...there are a lot of friends and family I'd like to see again, one day.

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          Thanks for the concern dilvish. I’ve had that hole for a while Now. It came from when I was wiping it with a paper towel and green cure to fight back what might have been WPM before its first week. I might’ve accidentally torn it then. But thank you for the thought ✌️

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        Mass117 don't use anything on your plant unless you know you have an issue. You could be wasting time and money to treat nothing.
        A magnifying glass and/or loupe you will use throughout your grows.
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          Oh, thanks gingerbeard! Glad to know I don’t need that stuff as often. I’ll definitely get a magnifying glass for that and to look at tricombs later on. Thanks!

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