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HydroNoob

Help with my leafs

So I put 4 babys in my DWC pots and a couple have gone droopy and curled up. Could this be overfeeding? Any tips to get them back on there feet.

 

Room temp 26°

Water temp 22°

Ph 6

600w hps

 

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@HydroNoob   Hi mate, how old or big were the plants when you put them in, were they seedlings or did they have a few sets of leaves etc?

 

 

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and what ec are you feeding them?

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@badbillybob @GreenVision they are seedings with a good few shoots coming off them. EC around 0.8 1.0 is there any way I could add pics to show you?

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if you are on a laptop, go to top of page , hit "create", then hit "gallery image", the rest is pretty straight forward.

the image needs to be resized first. I use a programme called image resizer, which works well, but paint can also be used, there are loads of option  to resize it.

not sure about uploading from a phone, id think it would be pretty similar.

If they are just seedlings,like, less than 3 or 4 nodes (sets of side branching)  then 0.8/1.0 is a bit high, bring it down to 0.6 ec, but a picture tells a 1000 words, so see if you can post one up.

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To give you an idea, these are on 0.6, now, for an example. they are less than a week in the system.

I started them at 0.8 but it was too hot.  I will keep them at 0.6 for at least another week.

 

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hope this helps

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I would up the feed to 0.8/1.0   when they get to about this size, if it helpslarge_104.JPG

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