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hey guys im a week into veg and i open up my tent to see this today ,i normally water them every 2-3 days and put in about 3L to each plant depending on how light they feel i use room temp water thats kept in with the plants, the one plant is really bad everything drooped over on it, they've all pretty much drooped over tho , the temps of my room been fluctuating by about 10C the last few days as the weather changes could it be something to do with that ? there was no sign of this yesterday is there something that has happened over night or is this because ive over watered them ? and if so how do i get them back to their former glory ? i feel like crying lmao someone come to the rescue and tell me its all going to be okay ?
Hi everyone & Seasons greetings ... Just a random question that I wanted to get some advice on ... First time grower here .. grow cabinet set up ... plants in early veg stage and everything is looking great. Im using a 6"Hyper fan for air extraction with a speed controller ...im running the fan 24 hours a day , 7 days a week ... ? Im just wondering if this is a good idea ... or is it advisable to switch it off for a few hours a day just to let it cool down / take a rest. I know obviously there would be issues with not creating negative pressure etc It doesnt over heat and runs very smoothly .. im just a bit paranoid the following ... a) breaking it. b) over heating - a risk of burn out - and starting a fire in my flat .. when im not there. Just wanted to guage other peoples opionions and experiences Cheers Bigbird