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    An anamoly

    This is a green crack I have in my veg tent. The plant is totally healthy and growing normally. But a couple of weeks ago the first leaf appeared with some yellow veragated in the leaf. I saw some yellow on the next leaf so I have been watching this leaf before I decided to post about it. I have continued with normal feeding and watering schedules. But it appears that this one chute has a distinct yellow to the leaves. Not another leaf on the plant has any yellow in it. So that’s why I am calling it an anomaly instead of a plant problem. I just think it’s cool and I wonder if I took this chute as a clone and rooted it would the yellow leaves continue?
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    Genitics maybe. I've had plants grow leaves one half Yello one half dark green. Chokked it up to genitics or genitics mutation maybe keep us posted.
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      hey Booger789 , One of my AK's showed similar markings, and has now cloned 2 more plants with the same trait. Usually just a couple of leaves do this..mainly on one stem. Nothing to worry about if the plant is otherwise looking healthy
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