Ready to cry ! What just happen they were so perky and healthy

I came home after two days and all the leaves around the bud were wilted and dry some are cruntching off as the others look like string beans … please help (some smell so fruity :heart_eyes:as I can smell a lil home grown scent :weary:to others image

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I'm going to guess spider mites or some other pest.

That’s a bummer, have you checked the weight of the pot to see how dry. All plants pretty much look the same .

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Yes they were pretty dry , I just finish watering.
I’ve never seen them look so miserable

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Spider mite ???

Hopefully a good watering they will perk back up in 12 hours.

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It looks like too many nutrients , too much heat and possibly they were extremely thirsty… :frowning::frowning::confused:
Sometimes things just happen super fast and your just not there to catch it…
Sorry girlie…
Just water them with just water and see if they can bounce back… :+1:
:v::sunglasses:

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Wow, had a similar thing happen once turned out in my case I forgot to water for 3 days and the lights on full blast, didn’t kill them but close… try watering well and turning the lights down a little if you can, if there’s no bugs or mites they should rebound ok, mine took 3 days to recover

Looks like a water/ heat issue. Did you give them a good soaking before you left for 2 days? Were the light timers/ humidifier/ fan exhaust / temperature set properly while you were gone? These are just a few things I check if I’m gonna be away for a while.

It’s absolutely a water issue or lack thereof I should say. I didn’t water my girls for a day and they got Droopy well two did the others were still not that thirsty. You can’t leave them for that long basically unless you got someone to check on them. They might spring back to life if you watered them quickly after you came home. They don’t look dead they are definitely on the verge of death due to dehydration. You likely won’t see any new growth or any real gains in the buds after that though yet they seem to appear ripe anyway or really close. Here’s my gorilla glue auto from here she’s probably less than a week from amber enough for my tastes.

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Well, you left plants deep in bloom unwatered for at least 2 days. Probably what did it.

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How hot was your highest temp ?

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It was 82 once I noticed … I can see the leaves that were left ahead risen back up looks scares but they’re standing outward …

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I’m starting to believe , the ones looked as string beans are standing outward , still thin but has rosen back to the occasion lol ! PRAYING all this hard work hasn’t gone to waste …

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Any changes in the tent?

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Those droopy leaves are still thin but sprouted back

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That’s what’s up

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I pray. But if seeds are dropping should I cut it down

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