I agree could you get a better picture half of them were cut out, with a better picture I can take you the right direction, thanks @Paranorman.
I’d like to say he’s right usually using fox farms nutrients will take nitrogen a wee bit off and it will definatley throw off the cal mag.
If possible flora grow is a great one to use for vegitative the green liquid a 1/4 tsp with 1 tsp of cal mag that should bring her leaves up off the soil. Fox farm nutrients usually come in hand when switching from veg to flower, honestly wouldn’t use fox farms for veg, now that’s just my opinion, simply because phosphorus and potassium are at way higher levels than nitrogen, and flora gro even though potassium is higher then all, plants take very well to it with 1 tsp of cal mag.
To completely ensure that’s what’s going on a better picture will be awesome help (a picture of the full plant)… I can definatley see it’s a little rich in phosphorus.
If you are using fox farm nutrients in veg, then specifically 1/4 tsp of each nutrient mixed in a gallon. Or option b, and is just folding her inner nodes down to get light to the inside of the plant.
In soil it’s very common for a plant to appear droopy when first waking up or when In a perfect environment. Now keep in mind it’s not really a bad thing that just means the nodes blocking deep inside will fold down to allow maximum light to penetrate new nodes growing in. If your leaves start rolling up on the edges and folding in an upward motion and start to get discoloration that’s usually 75% of the time an indication of heat stress or transplant and i garuntee it’s no heat stress there are absolutley no signs of heat stress. Again with a picture of entire plant I can help inform you better
Hope this helps