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    Default need some help with my plant please leaves drooping don't wtf is happening cheers

    Hi my rqs quick one auto is on day 28 now and it's been looking good up until now, i'm growing in soil, the light is a mars 300 and a dual spec cfl 300w but that's on the other plant since starting, i've been having problems with humidity with it being 28% recently, they have been going well but a couple of days ago the two small leaves right at the bottom went yellow and died so i picked them off as i was advised but now i've got up this morning and she looks like this, the leaves are drooping especially the bottom two and going a bit yellow, the pics are taken with an old phone so the quality isn't great and without the lights on is dark so had to take them like that i have just been giving them non phed water up until now and not started nutes yet as they arrive next week any help is appreciated
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    ignore the thumbnail pic that's the other one cheers
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    Some pics would help but you are probably needing to feed them

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    Quote Originally Posted by M_C View Post
    Some pics would help but you are probably needing to feed them
    think i was uploading them as u commented i forgot to post them m8, i forgot to add the temp has been 27c and the mars is about 17 inch away from it but i'm not sure if that's too close, i can't get my nutes till next friday delivered m8 so if it is feeding they need i'm screwed
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    How often are you watering?

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    Quote Originally Posted by M_C View Post
    How often are you watering?
    A couple of times a day m8 but it’s not massive amounts coz I would rather underwater them than overwater, when watering them I’m using a bottle with small holes put in the lid and I go around it a couple of times, I watered it after taking the pics but now I don’t know if I should have
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    You are over watering them mate... you need to let the medium dry out before you water...

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    Cheers m8 can it get through it or u reckon she’s no good now
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    It has been looking really dry and feeling it a couple of inches down before watering, this is the main problem I wanted to avoid
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    a little update on my nearly dead plants i think they are underwatered as the soil is mega dry, any help
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    You appear to be seeing a overload of nutrients. Too much P or K can deform the leaves and cause tip burning. Humidity shouldn't be a problem. What kind of growing medium are you using? The gnarly leaves usually result from an imbalance, which can cause the appearance of a deficiency. This can also cause it to look constantly underwatered, despite plenty of water available. I have grown for quite a while, and it doesn't help plants to be deficient in water, except possibly when they are first starting out and root rot is a possibility. Good luck, but if it were me, I would flush the plants several times to try to leach out any excess, then begin with a smaller feeding schedule. Some soils, especially FF, seem to have a ton of fertilizer in it already, and adding more over time can cause issues. Keep in mind how small these plants are currently, and they often get fed like they are 6' tall. The plants are almost too young to be showing signs of a deficiency unless you are growing them in something with absolutly no nutrents in it. This is my opinion, your mileage may vary!
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    cheers m8 that one died so got binned i just don't understand what the hell happened i think mc said it was underwatered but it felt really dry anyway i'm using plant magic plus soil and i hadn't used any nutrients as was unsure when to i just don't understand it and it makes it harder for people to advise me coz of the crap camera i'm using for the pictures, anyway the blue cheese is 17 days old now and seems to be ok she started getting a bit of yellow around the leaves last week but the new leaves growing look ok, i just hope it turns out ok and i'm not sure when to start giving nutes, i am using organicus 99% which is an all in one
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    here's a couple of crap quality pics of the blue cheese

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud Lightyear View Post
    This looks bone dry in desperate need of a good drench...



    Regards BL
    Cheers m8 that one died I didn’t know wtf was going on then looking back and comparing the pics I easily spotted it, I’ll take it on board for my next ones
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