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Thatdank01 started grow question 3 years ago
Some plants are a bit droopy and have some yellow leaves, I'm also wondering if they are still going to grow because as you can see, the flowering has begun but they look small in comparison to other auto's i've seen at week 5.
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hellomynameis answered grow question 3 years ago
I wouldn't say it's small. Every plant is different plus a lot of other factors can slow down the growth. Also after flowering starts it will strech again so just be patient. The yellowing could come from a nitrogen deficency but it's not sure to say because we don't have a clear plan of your feeding shedule. Good luck tho!
korsito answered grow question 3 years ago
hey friend your plants are weak, have you done a transplant ?, Yes you have done, have stressed, check the humidity is not very low, 27 degrees to 25 degrees, water every 2 or 3 days is perfect, only you must place the right amount, for the size of your small ones I would put about 700 ml every 2 days, since when in flowering consume more nutrients and water, mix the irrigation water with the nutrients and give it about 2 times per week nutrients, check the Ph, it may be very acidic and do not allow the nutrients to be well absorbed by the roots. Send me a message with your crop information, the products you use, your current humidity, the amount of water you water, etc.
OutForReal answered grow question 3 years ago
I guess the droopy leaves are from overwatering because you don't water a plant every 2-3 days but everytime she needs it : let the soil get a bit dry before watering again. And the pale colour is caused by under feeding so it could be because of the overwatering that is making a part of your roots suffocate so they can't absorb nutrients correctly // Or the constant watering did wash the soil nutrients away // Or your soil was enrich for 3 weeks ( generally it's between 3 and 4 weeks ) so you've missed 2 weeks of feeding . From what I can see they will not stretch a lot more as they are already flowering.