I recently changed my lighting to 18/6
a week ago had yello leaves due to over watering per hogmaster and several others. Thanks for those replies. now i have drooping leaves sounds like undwatering but not sure. Not looking good. she was growing along fine and smelling great. not sure if I’ve killed it? HELP Please
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This will help everyone try figure out what’s going on
The strain is Roberts GOLD LEAD AUTO FLOWERING
SOIL IS FOX FARM ORGANIC COIL IN A 2 GAL POT
USING BALANCED PH WATER WITH LESS THAN 1/2 TSPN OF ILGM FLOWERING NUTIRENTS
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HUMIDITY IS 58% AND HOUSE IS AIR CONDITIONED, AND VENTILATED IN SUNNY FLORIDA
LIGHT IS FULL SPECTRUM LED BULB
SINGLE PLANT GROW
Leaves started to wilt just switched to 18/6 lighting
previous 10 days had overwatering condition as recommended in this fourm
now search in the forum indicates low water?
I have watered a small amount today and soil is moist.
Thanks for your help all
I don’t really know what’s causing your issue, but maybe @Myfriendis410 can give you some insight
Check your RH
You may have a root issue. This can be the result of over watering: damping off the plant and causing bad stuff to start growing. (Pythium and Botrytis) I would not be surprised to see grossly under-developed root mass. Gotta dry it out and let it cycle wet to dry before watering.
Still looks like over watering to me
To me, too. But the OP has supposedly cut back: the only thing if so would be damage IMO.
I would have to agree with @TDubWilly
She could be damped off already… no water if you need to feed, maybe foliar? But will let the gurus take care of ya
Overwatering can definitely cause pythium in soil also
Personally, I have a tenancy to under water instead of overwater. Don’t water until pot feels light, you will know what I am talking about if you are picking up or moving your pots after watering
ok Thank you all
I may have to start my grown over
Its pretty contained in my small closet
but sounds like over watering may be the culprit.
I haven’t watered much but apparently enough to cause issues.
One led bulb? Not enough light energy can lead to drowning root problems.
Yeah; I’m glad you saw this. I was also wondering what this plant is lit with.
Thanks for your imput. guess I’ll have to start over and increase lighting
I would just let pot dry out and get a more appropriate light. No reason to pull plug yet in my opinion.
Thanks for your comments. I will take heed
So this could have a big affect on your grow. Light is the engine that drives your plant so if you have inadequate light (and you do) it will affect everything: the rate of nutrient uptake/water use, the way it grows, decreased pest resistance, and worst of all; airy, light, wispy flower.
You HAVE to improve your lighting situation. I mean; you HAVE to.