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How about a picture of the whole plant…
Likely a calcium deficiency: cal mag.
Lemonpie auto, northatlantic Seed bank,
-Method: Soil is foxfarm ocean forest happyfrog 50/50 mix 20 perlite container is fabric pots 5g
-PH 6.5 TDS runoff 1400
-Method used to measure PH is ph-80s and TDS vivo
-Indoor size of grow space 2x4x6
-Light system spiderfamer sf2000
-Current Light Schedule 18/6
-Temps; 75 80 at day 65 69 at night
-Humidity; 45 50 day and night
-Ventilation system; Yes,
-AC, Humidifier, De-humidifier, yes
Also note i have 3 others doing great all done the same
I also think it could be needing cal mag just worrying it could be a fungus also have one plant that dont look to hot and nit sure why looks like it just got watered but it has not been
Just really droopy leaves Just really droopy leaves
New to growing so any advice would be much appreciated
How often are you watering?
That was my first thought.
The droopiness tells me overwatering.
@JustMEhew when was the last time you watered? Dry periods are just as important as your watering times so you gotta let those suckers get DRY. Like maybe even until the plant droops from LACK of water, THEN water. Like that dry, dude. I betcha five bucks if you went to lift those grow bags you’d throw your back out cause they’re so heavy with water.
Yea i dont know if its me turning 30 or the pots but yea… back hurts lol
I normal let them dry out as much as possible but i gave them cal mag as soon as it came in the mail just so happened to be a day after watering… tryed not to be to heavy but they did get extra
To me it looks like unerwatering the leaf stems are droopy to.
You’ve seen discoloration of lower leaves from under watering before?
While you guys are online, you mind taking a peek at this?
This is from the cal mag Deficiency. If you look at this pic @Myfriendis410 posted for magnesium it shows the bottom leafs looking almost exactly like that
Man, @Myfriendis410 would be the guy to know, but a four week old plant in 50/50 Ocean Forest and Happy Frog doesn’t sound like it’s nutrients are depleted just yet.
I don’t know. I am new here.
Your runoff looks great so its not likely a nutrition issue. It does look like under or overwatering. Happy Frog dry a lil quicker? Never used the stuff.
Is this runoff ph and TDS or did you ph the feed (6.5) and then TDS the runoff (1400)?
What kind of water are you using?
I’ve seen this is plants without fully developed root mass. Nutrient uptake is hard for the plant due to small root mass. I wouldn’t be surprised if something stunted them during veg.
Runoff TDS in soil is a bit low and may be time to start supplementing.
I would also double check calibration of PH meter.
I just bought a new ph pen much better one and i agree not sure what caused it but the 2 lemonpie are struggling one has alot of yellowing but they do look better after the cal mag this is 2 days after last pic
Still a little droopy thank you everyone for any input
The happy frog seems to hold water more then the ocean forest
Likely has something to do with the coco. Did you add any addtl perlite?