My plants are looking sickly

What happened? They looked great until a few days ago. Now all the leaves are curling down, and the bottom ones are yellowing. Advice anyone?

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Need a pic in natural light, hard to see anything in that pic

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Can you get a pic with regular, not purple, lighting? That will help more!

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here ya go

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Cannot tell what is going on…unless pic is taken in white light.

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More then likely they need nutrients or your water level is to high… :wink:
Or your ph is out of wack…

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My money is on pH or to me they look hungry being that I look at purple plants all day and with the 4 new tops growing in, I think they just don’t have enough to eat.

Okay, here’s what they look like in room lighting.

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What is your pH at? Water temp? PPMs?

Strain; Type, Bag seed, or NA
*Early Miss Autoflower from seed

Soil in pots, Hydroponic, or Coco?

PH of runoff or solution in reservoir?
*Tap water

What is strength of nutrient mix? EC, or TDS
*Using Flower Power


Light system, size?
*It’s a 2x4 tent that came with overhead uv light

Ventilation system; Yes, No, Size

AC, Humidifier, De-humidifier,

Co2; Yes, No

Don’t really look that bad in natural light… :wink:


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So you don’t know what the pH is? If so, then I would have to say that is where your problem lies.


Ph of tap water is usually 7.0. You need a ph meter ASAP and water in 6.0 ph.

CRITICAL to have a PH n PPM Meter set. $20 online. PH Down at grow stores.
Hydro PH must be 5.5 to 6.0


looks like a root problem, half a leaf looks N def. and both old and new growth look effected,
this is probably caused by low or high pH, low Oxygen at root zone, and/or a nutrient toxicity.

my municipal water measures 8.0 pH and 0.2 EC from the tap,
after adding ‘full’ strength fert’s pH is high 6’s and 1.4 EC.

pH and EC meters r a must in hydro.!!

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I just realized that I was fertilizing for litres instead of gallons. Dumdum! I have an air pump but no fan, just vents. Will check ph…

Make sure pH is 5.5-6.0 and get those girls some food, they are hungry.