EDIT: Sorry! Last two photos were the wrong plants!! Fixed it… Nature’s Living Soil autoflower concentrate and girl flower power, Fox Farms Strawberry Fields and Happy Frog, molasses, kelp, worm castings, myco… ILGM Northern Lights (left) and Blue Dream (right), both autos.
I realized I had better start a new thread. This is a continuation of a thread ( Droopy seedling— too much water? Or something more sinister? Help! - #13 by Tinymight_Autoflowerer ), but it is actually sort of a new topic.
I noticed some light stress on these otherwise almost perfect plants (I think I did underwater a little). I then raised the light. I think I raised it several times. Yesterday, I noticed the NL on the left “praying” and worshipping the light. I understand this is a good thing. However, I was still freaked about the light damage they sustained, because the BD was still looking kind of droopy, so I raised the light more. They are no longer praying. It’s at about 20-22" now. The manual says 12-18" for flower, so I thought I was safe!
Any advice would be great. I suppose 19.5" would be safe, but should I wait until they get a little more into flower now? I’m paranoid and can’t tell what is legacy damage and what would be new.
Here they were praying yesterday… (above actually)
This is from this morning. I’ve been giving them about 1/2 gallon each every two days, but maybe it needs to be daily. It’s supersoil, so I avoid runoff. They seem thirsty, though. And there is the legacy light damage and droopiness, but it’s hard to tell what’s what.
Any advice? Leave them alone until they perk up, and then put the light back to 19.5" or even closer?