I also see you have a top feed ring. Scoop out some of those clay pebbles and bury that thing lower down in them then replace the pebbles back on top.
Either that or set that thing in a timer where it just waters for 15 minutes or so a couple times a day. You don’t want the stem of the plant to get wet, it will lead to stem rot and work its way down into your reservoir.
If all that is too much then at least find a way to completely cover your drip ring and pebbles with very dark hard plastic. Don’t cover it with and cardboard or paper type materials that will hold water and cause a mold or mildew issue down there.
Once that’s in the dark, roots will begin to explode
Thanks very much for your help, so my Roots haven’t reached the water yet, should I still only water a couple times a day or should I wait till the roots reach the water, only reason I’m running top feed is because my roots are not reaching the water yet, once again thank so much for your help man,
Whether you have to keep the water level just high enough next to the net pot where the air bubbles can splash water into your pebbles (this will spread dampness from the bottom of the pebbles up) or put the ring on a timer, your goal is to just keep them wet, not soaked.
Covering the pebbles and the stem to make them dark will literally start making roots grow out of the stem when it’s covered. Your goal is root explosion and it takes altering a few things sometimes until the roots hit the water.
Once they are there in the water and freely growing its easy to do the same thing day to day instead of swapping things up like you might have to do now.
Right now there is a delicate balance. Those pebbles have to stay wet but not soaked and the stem has to stay dry unless what is wet is in total darkness
Obviously still look like shes drowning but its only been a day. You can remove those damaged yellow leaves. There not doing anything to aid the plant anymore. Keep up the good work, and taking the advice and I’m sure she’ll be right as rain. Marajuana is such a resiliant plant. Your be fine
Taken a second look and you can see an improvement. The leaves look less droopy. Good job. Keep doing what your doing
Another up side to removing the dead leaves is now it will be easier to see if you are moving forward or backwards. It can be hard to tell when looking at the bad ones all the time. Or for my self at least. You will get her. You have some great people helping you
Quick update guys, my cooler arrived so I set it up, hopefully it does the trick as it’s a 30l chiller and my whole setup only contains 20l I have also put a couple fans on one pushing some air through the clay balls and one for the whole tent@spyonyou @Jstar@TDubWilly@Not2SureYet@Covertgrower@HanJolo.