First Grow - Not looking great

Here’s a photo of the roots

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:man_shrugging: Seems fine. I’m mistaken, just wanted to confirm. But what @ToddYYC said seems appropriate, sometimes young plants have brown spots especially if humidity is not consistent.
I have read that the low humidity for younger plants can cause calmag deficiency which would explain the brown spots.

But your roots look happy nonetheless!

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Should I add some cal mag myself when I do the next fill?

unless you see a problem, i wouldnt add extras like that.

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This morning I noticed more spots, here are some pics. Anything I should be worried about?


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Like said above do you have a pH metre to verify your pH? Depending on that results would be if I were to do a health check or not on the unit

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Sorry, I must have missed that comment. I just checked and it read 5.62

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You can run the calibration if you want. I dont think anything looks serious but would keep an eye on it

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