I am a bit uncomfortable here. I consider myself an amateur but I do have more than 5 years experience so maybe I can help.
Here’s my 2 cents……
I’m repeating what was already stated……. under or overwatering is possible. Any reading you do, likely under/over watering will be the first thing mentioned. How often do you water on average and how much water are you using? (I know that’s not easy to answer. The amount of water you use, when your done watering is there water running out of the cloth pot (not dripping)?)
The good news is if this is the case recovery is easy. Either slow down watering or slightly increase watering. The time it takes for the plants response should only be a few days (potentially overnight).
My opinion, ideally, you want to spend time inspecting when lights turn on and repeat the inspection prior to lights turning off everyday or as frequent as possible. Get a notebook take notes, document for each strain when your watering and feeding plus document what was found during the inspection. Note, you should assume each plant is different and especially each strain is different. Do what your normally do. Overtime you may find certain plants or strains like different amounts of water and/or light and/or nutrient levels. Some plants and strains have higher/lower sensitivity levels. For example, the first strain I had was very forgiving. The found this out when I moved on to another strain.
Water when the plants are ready, (watering every x days is okay best way is when they are ready.)
You have 4 going with three unique strains. Are they all in the same condition?
My gut feeling is it’s nutrient or pH related problem.
Are you monitoring pH? pH is very important. When I have issues I monitor soil pH and runoff pH. Rarely
I need to do that. I always monitor the water pH prior to watering.
If you do start taking notes, I recommend when you inspect note what the bottom, middle and top of plant looks like. Another thing to do is gently tug a leaf bottom, middle and top. Document if leaf’s break off very easily. Document how new growth looks and how old looks. This can be very helpful when trying to identify deficiencies.
You got 4 plants 3 strains. Since your a beginner (don’t take that the wrong way) Keep your self in check. My opinion/recommendation, stick with one strain and go with 2-3 plants. Try to master the strain or just get some experience before going to multiple. Every strain has a sweet spot. (It’s not that drastic but it’s enough to where you should assume that’s the case.)
I didn’t find your nutrients online. Can you provide a link?I’m not familiar. My opinion only, I tend to add some extra calcium by default.
You started with fresh/new soil. When did you start adding nutrients?
I think I am rambling here. So stopping here. I’ll keep an eye out for a response. Hope I’m helping.