These are almost 6 weeks old. I topped them all about 3 weeks ago. The new growth looks pretty good, but the old growth is droopy and some of the older fan leaves gave ripples in them. Some leaves lol like they might be canoeing. Most leaves are nice and green with a few spotty leaves here and there. I watered and fed last night in hopes that they would bounce back, but they didn’t appear to. I used 1/4 Gal tap water w/ 1 Tbsp of Big Bloom & 1/2 tsp Grow Big, pH=6.7. Split the water between all 3 plants. Did not saturate; only watered around the center. Temp 70-75°F with 56-60%RH.
My guess is that I have been using too much water for past waterings. I was saturating the pots, and it was taking over a week to dry up. That is why I didn’t saturate this time. Another thought is that they might be outgrowing their pots. What do you guys think?
Bring your canopy temps up to 80f or so during lights on if you can. That should increase transpiration and dry your pots out faster.
If your pots have been wet and heavy for a week the lack of oxygen to root system could make plants droop like this. If they don’t need watered you don’t want to apply any water. If they do, a quarter gallon between 3 plants isn’t going to be enough.