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    Please help!

    I think I may have lost my 2 plants. I had to leave them for a couple of days, but the soil felt moist so I wasn't too worried. However, when I got back they were both droppy - I've attached pictures.
    They've both been flowering for about 10 weeks but I don't think they were ready as they don't have many brown pistils.

    Plant 1 looks like it might be a write off. Should I harvest it? or hope it recovers?
    Plant 2 looks like it might recover - but any thoughts on this?
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    Hi. Can't hurt to give some water and support and see if they perk back up.

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    You will be surprised how resilient these plants can be. Give them a nice water with not too heavy a feed and then watch them spring back.
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    Fingers crossed for you mate


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    You'll lose some fan leaves & anything that is crispy, will be gone too. Keep on top of the watering & she'll come goodish.
    It's not the worst I've seen, but I was watching a documentary on the Gobi desert thpugh

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    Yeah, as said above, anything that has gone crispy is finished. BUt these plants really bounce back. I had one look like yours from lack of water. By the next day you would never know anything had happened. It went back to being perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IneptAphid View Post
    Yeah, as said above, anything that has gone crispy is finished. BUt these plants really bounce back. I had one look like yours from lack of water. By the next day you would never know anything had happened. It went back to being perfect.
    I've had the same on my current grow, this hot weather hasn't helped, but yeah, this plant is quite hardy with things like that. I've still got some visible damage from late watering & some fan burn due to the size they got😬😬

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