Problems after transplant

Transplanted yesterday. Above ground for 3 weeks. This is only my second grow. I think i gave it too much water at its last feeding, because after all the leaves had a sag to them. Now Bottom leaves are sagging, top leaves are canoing. I moved the light up a bit. I wouldn’t think it is heat stress because it has been a consistent 75° F.

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  1. Indoor or outdoor? - size of grow?(indoor- 2 by 4 tent)

  2. Otigin of seeds? (Seedsman)(blueberry)

  3. Regular, feminized, or autoflower? (Feminized)

  4. Origin of water. PH, EC/TDS of source water? (Well water, PH 6.2)

  5. PH and TDS/EC of if mixed solution? (N/A)

  6. Grow method? Soil, Soil-less, Coco, Hydro, Aquaponics. Please explain.(FFOF soil)

  7. Nutrients or fertilizer system used. (FFOF)

  8. What typr of lighting are you using? LED, HID (MH, CMH, HPS), or Fluorescents? Please elaborate.( 2- led 150 w lights)

  9. What are the temps in your growspce? Day / Night?( between 72 and 76)

  10. What is the RH = relative humidity in your growspace? Day / Night?(60rh)

  11. AC, Humidifier, De-humidifier?(currently a humidifier)

  12. Do you have a Ventilation system? Size? 4", 6"?(yes, 6 inch)

  13. Co2 Yes / No?(no)

  14. How long have you been growing? (1 month)

  15. What budget have you set in order to grow successfully?(750)


Look like over watering so far


Just let her dry and water again

Happy growing🤘


Not uncommon for plants to droop a little after transplant. And looks like overwatering as well. Like @Mefis let her dry up some.


Could be a tad over watered im going to lean towards transplant shock


Thank you everyone for your response. How do you know when you should start watering till runoff?

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Welcomed to the community

It a lot of method, for my and is work perfect I don’t had over watering is feel you pots if is light need water if is heavy just wait until you feel


First time I transplant I drench the soil around size of the rootball/old pot after. Helps settle the plant into the new home.

Looking at your medium, it looks bone dry. Like perlite look untouched. How did you originally water during/after transplant?

Overwatering could be the issue, I just dont see wet soil :rofl:

Transplant shock is likely the culprit. Did the soil/rootball u were moving break apart during the move? She has that sad look like ‘Daddy dropped me :disappointed:’… And I only ask because I know from experience


So it started in a small starter pot, and I gave it a good watering prior to transplant. When transplanting into the 1 gallon bag it just fell apart. The root ball was intact, but there wasn’t much there. Since I was worried that i overwatered prior to transplant, I didn’t add any to the new soil.


I usually soak the whole pot after transplant, and then wait till completely dry, about 4-7days before next water. Looks like a little shock, should recover fine.:green_heart::pray::v:


I second this above me. All that other dirt can and will wick away the water. Drench that soil around where you expect the rootball is. Itll wncourage rootgrowth outwards and wont hurt her one bit.

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