Wilting and Claw leaves


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. :frowning: 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
GROW IS INDOORS
HUMIDITY IS 58% AND HOUSE IS AIR CONDITIONED, AND VENTILATED IN SUNNY FLORIDA
LIGHT IS FULL SPECTRUM LED BULB
SINGLE PLANT GROW
NO CO2

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

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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.

@garrigan62 @MattyBear @dbrn32 thoughts?

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Still looks like over watering to me

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To me, too. But the OP has supposedly cut back: the only thing if so would be damage IMO.

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I would have to agree with @TDubWilly

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She could be damped off already… no water if you need to feed, maybe foliar? But will let the gurus take care of ya :wink:

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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.
Thanks all

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One led bulb? Not enough light energy can lead to drowning root problems.

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Yeah; I’m glad you saw this. I was also wondering what this plant is lit with.

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Thanks for your imput. guess I’ll have to start over and increase lighting

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I would just let pot dry out and get a more appropriate light. No reason to pull plug yet in my opinion.

thanks for the feedback. Heres a pic of the bulb. welcome further comments.

Thanks for your comments. I will take heed

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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.

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