Strange "dying" marks on strawberry leaves

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Ive been growing a few strawberry plants indoors under 2x 20watt led floodlights. Lately ive been seeing brown or "dying" marks on the leaves. Can anyone help me identify them? Ill attach some photos.

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Welcome to the forums :)

They take the nutrients from the old leaves back in as they make new growth, nothing to worry about :)
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No worries :)

All welcome here :)
 

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Ive been growing a few strawberry plants indoors under 2x 20watt led floodlights. Lately ive been seeing brown or "dying" marks on the leaves. Can anyone help me identify them? Ill attach some photos.

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How long you been growing them under those lights? It might not be enough light, keep the humidity level higher and soil just moist, not wet. Your strawberry leaves are curling wide open, this could mean they need more light to capture for photosynthesis. If they curl like a bowl, then you know you have adequate lighting..Outside strawberries tend to curl like a bowl..
 

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