Humidity is 60 percent temp 77 co2 pad in tent fresh air plenty of air flow dropped it down the 50 percent and they seem to get worse transplanted couple days ago but they looked like this before transplanting little root bound
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Could just still need time if they was looking sad before transplanting, then the stress of transplanting on top of it. May take a week to look better . Wish I could advise more my friend…
They look thirsty to me, are the pots light when you pick them up?
I would give them a water with molasses in it
Welcome to the community! Along with the support ticket did you follow the transplant with a good feeding?
I did feed after transplant
The pot is heavy
I’d go with the thought of they appear to be super thirsty to me also. I’d get a batch of calmag water with a bit of molasses mixed in and feed them that. Molasses will feed the microbes in the soil to break down stuff for roots to be able to feed proper. I’d soak the whole pot get atleast 20% runoff on it and then leave them prolly 3 to 5 days before they will be light and ready again. U can then take the runoff u get and check numbers for pH and ppm and see where the soil sits at
Could be transplant adjustment, some will show no signs of shock and some will take a few days to recover. They look healthy but the support ticket will help with other factors that’ll come into play like nutes, lighting ect…
I do know what I’m doing lol but these two got me super stumped this is before transplant
Their leaves are very thick and odd I’d say I see this allot when it needs more humidity but I have adjusted to 65 to 70 and still no change or it to me also looks like over watering or transplant shock but as u see the before and after their no change
Well the pot be moist for days and heavy
They been fed calmag cause I pulled of calcium deficient leaves in the beginning and ph is 6.0 run off ec was like 300
Bump up ppm to 650 and water them with ph and ppm to 650 they will perk up