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Jeffery420

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over watering maybe ?

large.20181001_234251.jpglarge.20181001_234247.jpglarge.20181001_234243.jpglarge.20181001_234242.jpghey 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 ? lol 

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Stick a finger into the soil a couple inches see if its dry or wet deeper down, if still unsure check the weight of the pots if theyre light as a feather water if theyre heavy as a house leave em to feed up and dry out! Either way its just a matter of patience for them too pull round, however they should all be fine if not too far gone! Hope this helps and all becomes well :yep:

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38 minutes ago, ForrestGreens said:

Stick a finger into the soil a couple inches see if its dry or wet deeper down, if still unsure check the weight of the pots if theyre light as a feather water if theyre heavy as a house leave em to feed up and dry out! Either way its just a matter of patience for them too pull round, however they should all be fine if not too far gone! Hope this helps and all becomes well :yep:

is this from over watering then? im not 100% sure myself see , today is the day it is supposed to be watered but im afraid to give them any more water lmao lol , i put my finger in the soil pretty hard because of the roots it seems dry but they still have a little weight in them could it be from under watering ? 

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12 minutes ago, Jeffery420 said:

is this from over watering then? im not 100% sure myself see , today is the day it is supposed to be watered but im afraid to give them any more water lmao lol , i put my finger in the soil pretty hard because of the roots it seems dry but they still have a little weight in them could it be from under watering ? 

From the pictures id say they look thirsty, if youve been watering on the schedule theyre likely needing more water according to the increase in size of the plants. If you are totally unsure give them 1 to 2L each and come back the following day to see if they have stood back to attention after watering

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1 minute ago, ForrestGreens said:

From the pictures id say they look thirsty, if youve been watering on the schedule theyre likely needing more water according to the increase in size of the plants. If you are totally unsure give them 1 to 2L each and come back the following day to see if they have stood back to attention after watering

ill try them out with 1L each tonight ill check on them tomorrow after 6pm when the lights back on hopefully theyll perk up abit! :smokin:

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