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  1. Hello there, I had problems, were plants started becoming very crispy and all while in 5lt pots after potting them from rock-wool cubes. I sorted that out, it appears it was lack of oxygen, because I put them all very close to each other. So when I left some space in between of pots problem was solved. Now I re-potted them to 30 litre fabric pots expecting them to get even better. but Next day they became very drippy, doesn't look good at all. Now about 4 days have passed and still not ok at all. I'm not sure what to do. RH is about 55%, temperature about 26c. I ran two gavitas on 600 at the moment. I have proper intake and outtake. I fed them couple of days in a row, about 150ml of water each time. PH 5.8, used canna coco A and B, superthrive, and ferro bio roots. Now havent fed them for two days nearly, maybe too much water, have to adapt to new environment and start to spread their roots and then will try to start to feed them again. Any suggestions guys? this is quite scary to see plants like that. take a look below.