COPY/PASTE the below list into your forum post.
Answer these simple questions the best you can.
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NA (non applicable)
-What strain, Seed bank, or bag seed (photo or auto)
-Age of plant
-Method: Soil w/salt, Organic soil, Hydroponics, Aquaponics, KNF
-Vessels: Type and capacity of container (fabric, plastic, etc)
-PH and TDS of Water, Solution, runoff (if Applicable)
-PPM/TDS or EC of nutrient solution if applicable
-Method used to measure PH and TDS
-Indoor or Outdoor if indoor, size of grow space
-Light system List brand and wattage/spectrum
-Actual wattage draw of lights
-Current Light Schedule
-Temps; Day, Night
-Humidity; Day, Night
-Ventilation system; Yes, No, Size
-AC, Humidifier, De-humidifier,
-Co2; Yes, No
If growing Hydro some additional questions:
-DWC? RDWC? Autopots? Ebb and Flow? Other?
-Distance of liquid below net pot (DWC)
-Temperature of reservoir
-TDS of nutrient solution
-Amount of air to solution
Always try to upload a clear picture in white light of any issues you may have to allow the community to assist you.
What kind of soil is it growing in?
Looks to me at glance that you planted in hot soil and have overwatered way to much. You should place a dome over the seedling and spray the inside of the dome. Dont water the soil directly. The leaves get their water through the humidity and not the soil during the first few weeks.
For now stop watering and pray they pull through. Like mentioned already most soils arent seedling friendly. And overwatering will do them in everytime. Cannabis prefers wet to dry cycles. It allows the roots to expand and seek out moisture as well as prevents rootrot from over saturation and prevents pests like fungus gnaats that love damp environments.
With seedlings make sure your soil is seedling friendly. Fox Farms Happy Frog is a decent brand for new plants. Or Black Gold. Once they sprout place a clear dome over the top and mist the inside of it. New plants dont have roots yet and feed through thier leaves and cotyledons until roots form enough to feed themselves. Usually a week or 2.