They only look a little droopy, not too bad. Have you done anything to them lately?
Your plants look great. I have some young plants and the first leaves are a wee bit droopy but i don’t fret over it. Nice job so far
I used a new foxfarm fertilizer thing and it started drooping after transplant and its the 3rd day shes still drooping even after i use the fertilizer so i was a little concerned. Thank you for your help!
Do they look like their growing correctly for 3 weeks? And yes ive been using a fertluzer lately
Yes, they look really good for three weeks, don’t worry, they’ll be fine.
They’re only slightly droopy, and honestly if I had just looked at the pictures without reading, they just look like healthy babies to me.
Maybe a lil early for what you gave, or still a lil transplant stress either way don’t look as if you have any worries🤗
I agree with @raustin and @JoshawaM both raustin in they will be ok and josh as if you transplanted 3 days ago could still be in shock.
Now what i will say is be careful watering you moved her into a bigger pot. Make sure it has plenty of drainage. Plus your roots may decide to frow a little more before you notice faster top growth but if after 5 or 6 days and shes still droopy then id start asking or if you start to see discoleration say something. Feel free to tag me with any questions
They’ll be fine. Try not to obsess about these things. They’re tougher than you think
I’m doing this on purpose believe it or not @yinyang9299
Thanks a million i appreciate the feedback
Thank you so much!! Ill make sure to be careful and pay close attention for any down the road problems
If the Fox Farm soil you just introduced is pre-fertilized, it’s too strong. Well known Fox Farms will burn. Adding more fertilizer will increase the problem.
Best to dilute with unfertilized soil.
Overall, plant looks ok. but…the new growth looks crinkled-----too much goodies.
the two lowest leaves are starting to bend upwards in the center----too much goodies.
What are your PH n PPM readings?
im sure ur plant is fine, but some things to think about. transplanting causes stress and the roots are still developing so dont over water. also go easy on fertilizing since she is stressed from transplanting. check your runoff ph and ppm. if u dont have a ppm meter and a quality ph meter get them now rather than waiting. monitor your runoff ph and ppm to catch and prevent problems. its a good idea to monitor these things now so you can be familiar with it when it becomes more critical in flower.
Looks good! Nothing to worry about.