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KrashAndBurn started grow question 4 years ago
Any help with figuring out why my girls are so sad would be very helpful. Thank you
Week 6
Leaves. Curl down
CRiSPrGrow answered grow question 4 years ago
what mudbug said is correct, you need to listen or you can write off this grow as "an experiment" , would be shame because in my opinion the only thing better than learning something is getting mad bud while learning something - up to you growmie ! :rocket:
Experimentgreen answered grow question 4 years ago
Hey Krash i see you mentioned last week that they had a recent transfer and sometimes that takes a bit of an adjustment period...there are things to help with transplant shock like kelp/seaweed extract or some mycorrhizal products(many transplant aid bottles contain this or you can get it alone, and it will help make very happy healthy roots.)
I was curious though about inside your tent, do you have some fans other than exhaust types? If not, since you went into plastic pots I'd say up the airflow and maybe that'll help with the soil drying between waterings better. Make sure theres good drainage in your pots. And lastly if you can up the overall temps by even 5 degrees that would be an incredible help i think, not only more comfortable but also help raise humidity a tiny bit.
Im sure theyll calm down here soon and hopefully some of our tips might help speed it up. Good job with the grow :v: happy new year
MUDBUG answered grow question 4 years ago
Your plant is root bound #1 i would never use the plastic pots your roots cant breath i would get sum cloth bags are air pots and transplant them asap u need to be in at min 3 gal once u transplant them u will be impressed then your watering issues will go away if these plants aren't transplanted soon this will be a waste of your time the clock is ticking :writing_hand::writing_hand::writing_hand::writing_hand::+1::+1::+1::+1:
DudeGrowsWeed answered grow question 4 years ago
Looks like overwatering to me also. I'd cut back on your watering routine. Allow the top inch or 2 of soil to dry out before watering again. You can stick your finger in the soil half way between the main stem and the edge of the pot to feel if the soil is wet or dry. If wet, wait to water. In veg I usually don't need to water more than every 5-7 days. Backing down on your watering routine should help a lot! Good luck!
Removed answered grow question 4 years ago
Droopy leaves, check. Puffy leaves between the veins, check. That's over watering. Let the soil dry before watering again, because the plant can't take oxigen because the roots are drowning in all that water. Also, do try to get day temperatures above 23°C (73°F), it will help speed things a lot.