Healthy, drooping leaves.

Discussion in 'General Marijuana Growing' started by skunkushybrid, Sep 21, 2006.

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    skunkushybrid

    skunkushybrid New Member

    I have a plant that has drooping leaves. They are a nice green and look healthy enough. Could it be over-watered? Even though it was a good 8 days since last watering? I'm just thinking there could be some backlog. The plant looks healthy and is budding fine. I told my mate that it's probably because the plant is putting all it's energy into budding. But on the phone just, he's again raised his concerns about this particular plant.

    Could it be that the plant didn't grow strong enough through the vegging stage and now can't support it's leaves? We're quickly approaching third week of flower.

    i was thinking maybe transplant shock also, but it seems to be budding fine. I'll give it a good checking over later.
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    m420

    m420 Well-Known Member

    Sounds like overwatering, but if its been 8 day's than that can't be the case. The stems may be too weak to support the leaves but only if the yare thin and didn't have a fan circulating in the room to make them strong.
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    skunkushybrid

    skunkushybrid New Member

    just come back from the plant and I counted 13 different budding parts to her. I've taken off the leaves that are sagging and left the plant just the three (drooping). After only an hour of doing this the drooping leaves are already perking up. What I've noticed about this plant is that it seems far more advanced for it's size than the others. It has had a prime position for a while now.

    She seems fine for now, and has been freshly watered with some floral bloom stuff.

    Yes, got a fan. 18 inch. Always on the highest setting and we alternate it four times so that all plants get maximum wind for a day each.
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    h20xygen

    h20xygen Well-Known Member

    Sorry just made a thread on this in the newby area, I assume wind is a really good thing for your plants?
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    Widow Maker

    Widow Maker Nazi Mod from Hell

    The only time my plant seem to droop is at night time or when they need water. I figured it was time for a watering. Glad to hear they are better.

    Fans are great. Plants need air to circulate co2. Plus wind blowing on them makes them stronger. Bugs dont like to hang around when its windy too.
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    skunkushybrid

    skunkushybrid New Member

    All's fine with her now. The main, biggest drooping leaf was touching the soil and now it is standing right up.
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    AssGasOrGrass

    AssGasOrGrass Active Member

    Awesome, always nice to hear about a healthy plant. Just for the f of it what strain?
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    Garden Knowm

    Garden Knowm The Love Doctor

    Hi skunk...

    picture???

    : )
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    skunkushybrid

    skunkushybrid New Member

    All's fine with her now, I'll post a pic' later when i go up for lights on. I'll wipe the rest from my gallery to make the new ones easier to find. She's healthy now though, my mate couldn't believe it was the same plant on the phone last night. So all sounds well, find out for myself in a couple of hours.

    I'm growing JTR by the way. Jack The Ripper. A new strain that comes from a Blueberry/Jack's Cleaner mother and a Space Queen father.
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    skunkushybrid

    skunkushybrid New Member

    Turned on the lights, checked the plants, taken the pic's, deleted my old pic's from the gallery and added the new ones.
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    Garden Knowm

    Garden Knowm The Love Doctor

    Great Pictures
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    Spittn4cash

    Spittn4cash Well-Known Member

    so skunky I seem to be having this same problem..its definitely not overwatered or under-watered..what did you do to correct your problem and how did it end up?
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    skunkushybrid

    skunkushybrid New Member

    As it turns out they just needed water... this was a while ago now though.
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    flump420

    flump420 Active Member

    my cannabis leaves r drooping down n i dont know y heres a picture

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    Resident Kush

    Resident Kush Well-Known Member

    your issue is bad drainage, or low temperature or both. You should need to feed every three days. How far you have them from your light, try moving them a little closer, and raise the temp. Slim chance it's co2 deficiency, or really early signs of nitrogen deficiency. But I would bet on bad drainage.
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    flump420

    flump420 Active Member

    how do i fix my drainage
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    kalikushmaster

    kalikushmaster Active Member

    i have hi skunk too and been in budding for 2 weeks and just started to droop
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    kalikushmaster

    kalikushmaster Active Member

    i have hi skunk too and been in budding for 2 weeks and just started to droop
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    kalikushmaster

    kalikushmaster Active Member

    umm i was wondering if any 1 can help me im growing a clone been in veg for almost 3 months i switched it to flower a week ago and now the leaves are droopy and yellow i dont think i over watered them but after i watered it i let the soil get dryer and it got worse?????
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    darknemesis05

    darknemesis05 Active Member

    i think leaves are supposed to turn yellow during flowering i believe its a normal thing

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