I started my first grow 3 weeks ago. I’ve been reading tons of articles/forums and looking through the Grow Bible but I am not sure what is wrong with my young plant. I have attached a photo for reference. It is an indica-dominant white widow strain. I water them every 1-2 days, but have not fed them any nutrients since the beginning because the soil already had NPK in it and I was afraid of giving them nute burn. I used a 2:1:1 NPK Miracle Grow with 30% added perlite for drainage. The grow lights are on 22-24 hours a day and I have a small fan circulating air. Humidity fluctuates around 45-70%. They are dark green and wilty/hanging downward. My research points to Nitrogen toxicity, but I read somewhere they need high levels of Nitrogen in the early phase? I am scared to do a flush and make things worse if I am wrong, so is there anything y’all can suggest for me to help them? My water pH is usually around 6.0-7.0 (if my litmus paper test strips are accurate). They are growing well and the stem is healthy and strong, but it bothers me that they aren’t perky and vibrant green. You almost cannot tell they are cannabis plants because the fan leaves don’t splay out normally. Will they naturally use up the nitrogen and return to normal if that is the issue? Or is my soil pH possibly out of whack? I don’t want to shock or damage them. Any insight is MUCH appreciated!!