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Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by NuttySlayer420, Nov 13, 2017.

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    Jypsy Dog

    Jypsy Dog Well-Known Member

    You don't sound like you did a first grow now. Good Luck
     
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    NuttySlayer420

    NuttySlayer420 Active Member

    i did lol my profile pic was my first grow in veg i just never had these problems before my first grow i didnt have a single problem it was just a tank plant probobly
     
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    macsnax

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    Put more drain holes in the cup, or transplant to a 1g pot with plenty of drainage holes. Or try a grow bag, really hard to over water with those. And stop misting, the last thing that seedling needs is more moisture. I never mist seedlings or do the humidity dome thing.
     
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    NuttySlayer420

    NuttySlayer420 Active Member

    so i transplanted it it had crazy roots already thats problby the reason thanks everyonr for help
     
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    macsnax

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    Good luck, give it a few days should be good.
     
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    *BUDS

    *BUDS Well-Known Member

    That plant did not need re potting. It was over watered . No more misting and less watering.
     
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    NuttySlayer420

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    how long till it stops drooping
    the top of the coco has dried out but under is still is a little wet should i water soon or wait till the layer under the top is just as dry
     

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    NuttySlayer420

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    ive googled drooping seedlings and it sais to water coco with seedlings but i havent watered since i transplanted and before that i havent watered since day before plant seed since day i planted seed i sprayed it every day 2-3 times a day for about half a week because it started to droop people told me overwatered so i stoped misting its been about 5 days since not misting why is it taking so long to dry up and not droop its on coco 70%coco 30% perlite its starting to turn light green i also live in desert about 40rh 60-75temp
     
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    macsnax

    macsnax Well-Known Member

    Is it the lighting or is that thing turning yellow?
     
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    Smokinr33

    Smokinr33 Well-Known Member

    What type of water are you giving it? Could possibly be the ph but i dont think you should be stressing out so much it looms the same as how my seeds look until they reach there growth spurt
     
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    NuttySlayer420

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    its definitly goten lighter like a light green
     
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    NuttySlayer420

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    6.0ph tap water
     
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    Smokinr33

    Smokinr33 Well-Known Member

    Try uping it to about 6.5 ph. I use that and mine are always fine
     
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    NuttySlayer420

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    i gave it light feeding today because inch and a half of top was dry so i gave it a little watter not enough for it to drip should i give it more water or is 6fluidOZ enough
     

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    macsnax

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    Did you raise the ph to 6.5? He's ^ right, that's a good happy medium. If it raises it drops a little from 6.5 your should still be good. I don't have a chart handy but you could be missing some nutrients at 6.0 in soil.
     
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    NuttySlayer420

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    kk hopefully it works out should it still be drooping?
     
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    macsnax

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    No it's not a good thing. Worst case you end up starting over with a new seed. But let's not give up yet. You've corrected the ph , I would continue giving it small doses of water until it starts looking better. There's not much else to do but wait and see.
     
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    Smokinr33

    Smokinr33 Well-Known Member

    Is it in a nice warm spot away from cold breezes? Temp and ph can play a huge roll in how plants grow not just weed
     
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    NuttySlayer420

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    its hard to keep the temp warm at the moment its a little over 60 degrees with a light fan on it
     
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    macsnax

    macsnax Well-Known Member

    Try a space heater.
     

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