Help! More water, Less water!?!?!?

mattypacks

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Overall looking really nice and healthy. Good work!

I had a similar situation last year, gave all my plants the same amount of water during the same time intervals, then one day two plants were droopy like that. I immediately thought it was over watering since it showed like the day after watering so I decided to let it "dry out", which only made things worse because they were actually being under watered. Gave them a bit extra the next feeding and they went back to normal.
This is what the plant looked like the day after watering.
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You can try to give a bit extra water, I dont know what your feeding schedule is like so obviously only do it if it fits the criteria. Under and over watering seems to have generally the same appearance/symptoms.
 

mattypacks

Member
My bro told me to up the nutrients, so i was gonna try that.
To me it doesnt really look like its lacking much, so I dont know if upping the nutes would be much help. What you're dealing with seems like an overall issue related to watering.
Nutes would appear with specific symptoms. When the plant is showing symptoms as a whole the first place id think of is over/under watering or root issues.
 

HardBudz

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To me it doesnt really look like its lacking much, so I dont know if upping the nutes would be much help. What you're dealing with seems like an overall issue related to watering.
Nutes would appear with specific symptoms. When the plant is showing symptoms as a whole the first place id think of is over/under watering or root issues.
Your right, nuets weren't the problem.
 

HardBudz

Member
Overall looking really nice and healthy. Good work!

I had a similar situation last year, gave all my plants the same amount of water during the same time intervals, then one day two plants were droopy like that. I immediately thought it was over watering since it showed like the day after watering so I decided to let it "dry out", which only made things worse because they were actually being under watered. Gave them a bit extra the next feeding and they went back to normal.
This is what the plant looked like the day after watering.
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You can try to give a bit extra water, I dont know what your feeding schedule is like so obviously only do it if it fits the criteria. Under and over watering seems to have generally the same appearance/symptoms.
So this is what I did...I gave her some more nuets yesterday. Didnt seem like a good choice, seemed like she was shriveling up. So i flushed her a couple of times last night. Then this morning, i gave her a couple gallons of ph water. Check out the pic. If it is overwatering, you just stop watering for a couple days? These pics are from tonight...
 

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My Name is Mike

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So you disregarded advice, added nutes which made you flush 2x when watering is the apparent issue lol. Some folks that replied grow monsters outdoors. Take their advice and apply it.

Correct, typically you give it few days if you're overwatering. The flushing must've really saturated it now.
 
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