PLEASE HELP - Plant bending after transplant
I have a few 3 1/2 week old super lemon haze plants between about 7 -10 inches each. I just moved them from 3 quart pots to 2 gallon pots. Most of them are doing awesome and look like they have grown within the few hours since I transplanted them. One however has me worried. A few hours after the first watering since they were transplanted I checked the soil and it seemed kind of dry so I added a little water to each plant (maybe a cup and a half to two cups per plant). I came back to check on the plants thirty minutes later and one of them was bending over basically in kind of an upside down capital L shape. The plants have been doing extremely well and the stalks are very thick. The bend is not a bend like someone accidentally bent it and it left a crease. The plant is still very stable and I can bend it back straight and it will slowly bend back down. What could be causing this and what should I do.
BTW I have 10 plants that are currently in 2 gallon pots under a 1000 w HPS which is about 30 inches from the plants (to far or to close?) and am using advanced nutrients sensi-grow (during vegitation, will be using sensi-bloom during flowering) every 3 waterings at half strength (or about 1.75 - 2 ml per liter) My phone is my camera and it is charging now but if it is still leaning when it finishes I will post a pic or 2, but hopefully it is just shock and it will come back quickly.
Also if anyone has any ideas on how to better regulate my temperature inside the room I would greatly appreciate it. The grow room stays about 10 - 12 degrees hotter than the rest of the house which means that to cool it down I have to turn on the central air which also cools the rest of the house down an additional 10 degrees and while its perfect in the grow room its kinda chilly in the rest of the house. I have four fans going, a big fan blowing from a top corner of the room, 2 oscillating fans on either side of the plants and a normal fan blowing around the lower parts to refresh the air around the stems.
Any and all help is greatly appreciated - MORE INFO IN MY JOURNAL