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    Thirstykid94

    Thirstykid94 New Member

    Brand new tent, new bag FFOF, new pot... New everything including seed freshly germinated Northern Lights Auto seed.

    I recall when the seedling very first sprouted that the first set of single leaves had a slight curve in each one so it looked like a stretched out "s". I looked it up and TMV was the only thing i saw but i assumed that there was no way it was that and it must have been some weird genetics and stopped thinking about it. As I read and learned move i now think it is TMV as nothing else seems to look like it does.

    To the pros out there, can you positively identify if this is TMV? If it is, i think i will just grow it out in a separate area... Any info would be great, Thanks!


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    Thirstykid94

    Thirstykid94 New Member

    I cant really find a definitive source on TMV. Been on several forums. Information seems to range from "burn everything" to "TMV cant exist in cannabis".

    Again, thanks for any info!
     
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    Bear420

    Bear420 Well-Known Member

    It doesn't look like TMV. IMO it looks more like a Heat Issue, Do you see the deep veins in your leaf ? To me it looks like it may be heat stress. and that spot may be where you may have gotten a spot of water under hot conditions.

    Hey whatever it is good luck and I hope you get it figured out.
     
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    Thirstykid94

    Thirstykid94 New Member

    Thanks man. Either way, its comfortably in its own room now.
     
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    macsnax

    macsnax Well-Known Member

    From what I've read tmv really doesn't exist in cannabis.
     
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    Thirstykid94

    Thirstykid94 New Member

    Thats whats kind of strange. There doesn't seem to be any definitive info this. Ive read giant threads on this now and came away with not knowing if its completely devastating or doesn't even exist. For the above referenced plant, im thinking its just a slightly weird genetic thing that was causing the "twisting" and i had some heat burn. Either way, its by itself and will grow out.
     
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    chiqifella

    chiqifella Well-Known Member

    Its never ever TMV here mmmkkk?

    you can send it to a ag college and pay for testing if you want. use google.

    clone it, see if the variegated trait remains. If it does its called variegated leaf. If it does not
    then its likely some bad habit you have...like over heating, over watering, over fertilizing, hot soil.

    she'll be fine. for gods sake just dont flush
     
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