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I'm a new grower and I recently noticed that a few of my plants have an extremely bright green color in the middle. I'm not sure if this is a nutrient deficiency or just me looking too much into it. Also, on the GSC I've also noticed some color changes on the leaves I have no idea what that could be from.

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@DevilWearsGanja :welcome:Welcome to AFN:welcome:. Your plants look fine. The color variation on the larger one is genetic and is called variegation. Lots of plants show this when they are young and most grow out of it. It is not a concern.
 
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