Sad, Sad Plants
I have six plants that are 30 days into flower and two of them are extremely droopy with their leaves sagging. I have no idea what happened. I didn't add anything to the res but I did change it on Thursday night which was the first night after the first one started drooping. The only difference in my methods has been the addition of CalMag at half strength and I also got some Sweet that I start using Friday at 50%.
The first one that got droopy looked like a plant you would see in a magazine; nice tight nodes and young frosted buds clear up the whole thing. Then one day the leaves just lost all strength and have been hanging for about four days now. The roots look fine.
The second drooper started two days ago, and it was the one that has eaten most of its leaves due to the nitrogen deficiency. I think has some root issues because they are brown and matted together, so I have been using 1 tbsp of 30% H202 every other day since the res change Thursday to try to get them healthy again.
It looks a lot like when my mother went limp due to over/under watering, except not quite as limp. Its more the leaves sagging than the stems. I cut the waterings back to 5 over 12 hours rather than 6; one hour after lights on and before lights off and three in between. My pH is 5.6-6.1 (got a new meter) and my PPM has been 1600-1800 and I will probably dilute it back down to around 1600 tonight. Anyone have any idea what might be going on?
Last edited by dejayou30; Nov-18-2007 at 18:36.
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