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
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