Cold Shocked my plants, All leaves are not responding to light

Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by Smokingblunts420, Nov 11, 2011.

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    Smokingblunts420

    Smokingblunts420 Member

    Please help!
    I thought it was a cool Idea to cold shock my plants but was going to wait til the end of my harvest.
    My area just recently had a cold front and it became around 59 degrees inside.
    I didn't think anything of it but my connie chung plant's leaves are all drooping.
    My sour og is now doing the same but doesnt look as dramatic.
    I also have a bag seed that turned out to be an autoflower It is in its 4th week of flowering.
    They are all showing signs that the cold shock worked but all the leaves are starting to curl up.
    I have turned up the heat in my grow room and home to around 80.

    Any suggestions?
    I need help soon.
    I didn't do the grow for profit just an experiment to grow the herb I love.
    Didn't try to be all pro just aerogarden since i'm in an apartment and It uses very small space.

    Any help would be appreciated.
    Thanks.

    p.s
    If anyone can give me tips on cloning that would be appreciated if my plants do not die.

    HELP ME OUT YO
  2. Why don't you try watering them my connie chung plants have been in 50 degree grow room from seed my friend and they are fucking thriving in into week 7 of flowering and they are fucking squatting!!a
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    stonemalone

    stonemalone Active Member

    dont think ya want temps as high as 80 either m8, my grow room temps drop to around 50-55 at night and has done since they were seedlings and cuttings and have had no problems
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    JAMES HOOKER

    JAMES HOOKER Active Member


    have any (pics)
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    canefan

    canefan Well-Known Member

    I have to agree it is not the cold doing it to your leaves, there is another cause. I live in the mountains, way up there and it is in the low 50's most every night and rarely warmer than 75 my plants thrive. I have also brought plants from a friends house at sea level up here with no ill effects other than slightly slower growth. The growth rate has more to do with the co2 and airpressure than the temps up here though.
    Pic could help us help you a bit more.

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