Drooping leaves outdoor (with pics)

Discussion in 'First Time Marijuana Growers' started by bennydino, Aug 27, 2017.

  1. Hey guys! Many of u may remember my plant from early stages and it's been a while but she made it and she's out in the sun! However her leaves are drooping heavy and I'm just wondering if you guys know why? I haven't been it's primary caretaker for a while. If you think it's nothin to worry about please also let me know. This is my first grow high sativa bagseed. It's been getting green planet medi-one food [​IMG][​IMG]

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  2. From my experience it can be either over/under watered. Is the pot heavy now? If it's light you need water it's heavy no water.
    Check for stem borers, and how's the drainage on your soil?
  3. The pots heavy but it's a lot of sand in the soil, my mom transplanted into rly sandy soil. I feel like she over watered it because she always does that but I haven't watered in days and it's pretty bad droopyness but the sandyness of the soil makes it think it's underwatered

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  4. I just don't want to water an overwatered plant

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  5. Also how do I check for borers

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  6. Okay should I just let her dry up or transplant, it's like 3 weeks from harvest..

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  7. This late you pretty much have to let her ride it out. Just keep checking the weight, you should be able to tell from the weight of the pot when to give her more water. There really doesn't look to be much drainage in there so it could take a while.

    Edit: if you see the leaves stem and all start to seem sad and limp then it's time to water as well. In case the medium does stay heavy like you said. I don't like it to get to that point though personally.

    First to third grow. From beginner to novice lol.

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