Strange wilting on my White widow

I have about three leaves on two plants that look like they are wilting or sick. I know it is not lack of water. Could it be not letting the plants dry out enough? hope someone has some ideas.

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I see some clawing, but a support ticket and picks in natural light will help immensely.

Too dry… sometimes wilting happens when too dry or too wet, my experience :grimacing:

These are ILGM White Widow auto flower about 6 weeks old
The soil is a mixture of potting soil and black cow

I have been watering about once per week and this week the largest plant needs more

I checked the ph and don’t remember exactly what it was but it was within the accepted range

the lights are full spectrum 100w and I have them fairly close to the plants

Looks kinda like nitrogen claw!! Not 100% sure though