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    HELP! Unexpected problems with location move

    Hi, while this isnt my first grow it is my first grow under a new light.
    Heres the back ground. I have 2 Blue dream autos and 4 GSC autos. they are in 5 gallon fabric pots. I am using soil that I have used many times which consists of my own compost from yard and chickens along with my garden soil added.

    These plants were started outside and were out there for 4 weeks. With the daylight now only about 11.5 hours a day I moved them into the tent.
    While outside these plants looked awesome and were doing super with just a light feed of Advanced nutrients sensi bloom a and b. 1 mil per liter

    I moved them inside and into the tent. It took a couple of days and then the problems started these pictures are from one week in tent. This is a 4x4 tent and he new light is a mars hydro FCE 4800. I had it running 14 inches above the canopy at 75 percent on an 18/6 cycle. Tent temp is 75 degrees light on and 70 off. The humidity runs 65 percent give or take now and then. Run off PH is 6.3 to 6.6 between the six plants.

    they looked a ok for the first couple days then started to yellow, claw and more. It is worse by the day. The leaves also have a tough leathery feel to them. I have not found any pests or such. These plants looked absolutely awesome when i brought them in.
    My first thoughts were maybe they were getting to much light after the time outside and now have raised it quite a bit to around 20 inchs and cut to 50 percent output. I just did this today so wont know if it helps.
    I would appreciate any thoughts, ideas and input.
    Thanks much in advance.

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    When did you put them in flower. Looks like for a while. Should be on 12/12. May need a little water.


    • mlab
      mlab commented
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      They are autoflowers

    They look like they need a drink.
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      I would think the sun was giving more intensity than your lights. I would suggest setting the light height were the mfg. recomends., keep turning the power up until you see adverse effects on the top leaves. I have found with my current grow that I was getting clawing and a little burn on leaves, new light was at 50%. That went away when I turned the light to 75%. Plants looked good so I turned the light to 90% and they started looking hungry. And as mentioned they do look thirsty.
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      • SoOrbudgal
        SoOrbudgal commented
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        Totally agree with what Smoklahoma is giving advice on to mlab. The plants did not adjust well to being brought indoors. I don't know what long term effects this may have down the line.

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