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    So long story short I’ve had this plant in my window sill for a few months naturally grown, until I’ve decided to stick it in a tent 5 days ago.. I also repotted with fresh biobizz and a bigger air pot as was outgrowing the smaller pot.

    But my problem seems to be the plant is drooping, just the leaves not the stems, it’s a bubbakush strain if that helps? I’ve read that it could be overwatering so I’m currently leaving watering until soil feels dry...

    Any help?? Or what am I doing wrong? I mean here’s some pics how she is now.....


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    Reply on other thread.
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    Over or underwatered makes leaves droop, should always leave soil to almost dry, water every 2 days or so, not every day

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    Overwaterin man . That soil looks soaked . Plant that size n pot . Maybe a cup or two every 2 days ish . Let that pot get lighter between waterin . I would also repot and top her or bend the top to encourage side branchin

    Whats your temps and lights etc ?

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    Temps are around 22c according to my hygrometer

    Under a CFL 125w blue, changing to 250 hps when I flip the lights, also.. I did repot into the air pot it’s in now, was in a smaller plastic pot before..


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    So if I just leave it till it drys out will the plant recover? And it looks soaked because it’s fresh soil since I potted up into a bigger air pot?


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    Can you get it any warmer? In find they like it warmer at this stage. Also helps pots dry faster for the heavy handed feeder.

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    I would put em under the hps soon . Repot first let her a few days to settle in . Bit of water . Watch the watering and shell get back on track quickly dude

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    I'm repeating my last post, Thanks bro, for the photo, I bet everyone that grows has seen those kind of leaves in our own gardens at one time or another. Don't pack your soil and water your soil slowly! Over compaction, lack of aeration, and the over watering of your soil can all lead to anaerobic activity. Over watering can look like nitrogen is unavailable to the plant and will appear as the plants or needing some. Also,over watering an heavy organic soil can also cause too much Nitrogen to be released into the pot and cause toxic Bear Claw. Watering is the Key.

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    Quick update, thanks for the help guys and gals, did exactly what you said let her dry a little and watered them slowly fresh soil and she’s right back on track

    Am I thinking tho she looks a little hungry for nutes now?



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    Quote Originally Posted by candykushking View Post
    Quick update, thanks for the help guys and gals, did exactly what you said let her dry a little and watered them slowly fresh soil and she’s right back on track

    Am I thinking tho she looks a little hungry for nutes now?



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    Im sure a light feed wouldnt hurt tbh . Go half strenght 😉

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trex View Post
    Im sure a light feed wouldnt hurt tbh . Go half strenght 😉

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    What nutes would you reccomend then bud, not too clued on what to give her, will be switching to flower in a few weeks.. how she looking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by candykushking View Post
    What nutes would you reccomend then bud, not too clued on what to give her, will be switching to flower in a few weeks.. how she looking?

    Thanks, CKK



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    Hmm there are so many out there . I make my own . That said . BioCanna seems pretty good .

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    molasses and/or seaweed is the main nutes a plants likes....you will need it altered and more expensive for none organic
    you really should have most nutes in the soil before you even use a seed if you want that sweet delicious bud bro...

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    Quote Originally Posted by candykushking View Post
    Quick update, thanks for the help guys and gals, did exactly what you said let her dry a little and watered them slowly fresh soil and she’s right back on track

    Am I thinking tho she looks a little hungry for nutes now?



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    Watering too much. Put a little stake up to it amd tie it. She will be fine

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    Never seen a plant look so symmetrical

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    Just noticed your plant is looking very good! I was wondering why you don't fill up your grow with say 1 or 3 more plants? It seems a shame to waste all that nice grow area while that one plant is looking so good!

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