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IndoMatrix started grow question 2 years ago
I came home to NL2 looking a little sad. The bottom fan leaves seem unaffected. However, the upper parts of the plants make it seem underwatered. NL1 is doing just fine. This is a first for me. Any thoughts on what can be the cause?
Nothern Lights Autoflower
8 weeks
Nothern Lights Autoflower IndoMatrix
Northern Lights Auto
8 comments · 2 years ago
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The_Projexx answered grow question 2 years ago
This can be either if 2 things over or under watering . Firstly check your growing medium if its dry then give her some water . If the medium is wet then it's over watering . You can get hygrometers at various places like wal mart , amazon , garden stores , home depot . This is a handy tool to have in these situations because the symptoms are expressed the same way with the droop . I hope thid information helps you on your journey ! Happy growing !!
Cannibalgardens answered grow question 2 years ago
Hey man at least your question has a simple answer brother ,over or under watering your girls..this can be a pain in the ass at times to dial in watering but mainly try to be consistent and water same time preferably in am after lights come on and only water when it's dry about 1" inch deep top soil..or pick up your pot and feel her she should never feel weightless ..to be honest any answer you ever need can found at growweedeasy.com best site with lots of knowledge brother cheers ..
Wicked_Stix answered grow question 2 years ago
It is most likely either under or overwatering. It is a good idea to get in the habit of lifting the pot to sense the weight of the pot when it is wet or dry. This will eliminate having to wonder if it is wet or dry. If your other plants are about the same size and in the same container but looking good then you can kinda compare their weight to this one. That should immediately tell you if she is wet or dry. I had one of my autos do this every day a couple hours before lights out out of the blue and it was in hydroponics so it was not a watering issue. Not sure what caused it but she would droop really bad every night then looked like new in the morning. Hope this helps you get her in the right direction.
NekoSama answered grow question 2 years ago
If the bottom leaves are not dropping, it's underwater.
Underwatering starts top-down.
Overwatering starts bottom-up.
Splash some regular water on her and she'll be fine!
Happy growing y'all!
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