Streaking about the sprocket holes of 35mm films is bromide drag. Itís caused by not agitating frequently enough. It can happen with any size film. The sprocket holes in 35mm (and other perforated-edge films) tend to generate flow streaks about the holes making the streaks more visually obvious than on non-perforated films.

If you practice the Kodak or Ilford agitation schedules with standard developers like D76, HC-110, T-Max, T-Max RS, Ilford ID-11, Ilfosol, etc. the bromide smears donít form.

I donít know what agitation schedule is required to prevent bromide smears in film developed for 190 minutes in dilute Rodinal. Obviously, itís receiving too little agitation. Properly agitated, the bromide smears wonít form.