Droopy Leaves Help

Discussion in 'Sick Plants and Problems' started by cannabisdayzzzd, Oct 9, 2014.

  1. #1 cannabisdayzzzd, Oct 9, 2014
    Last edited: Oct 9, 2014
    Yo guys. What could be the problem here? ImageUploadedByGrasscity Forum1412869963.545980.jpg ImageUploadedByGrasscity Forum1412869979.055283.jpg
    I know it doesn't belong here but last time I posted in the right place not a single person answered.

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  2. Looks fine to me?
  3. I think it looks normal.
    when those first sets of leaves come out the plant struggles a bit.
    normally a plant will droop because of over watering or under watering. If the soil is dry water it, if not then don't.
  4. Nothings wrong.

    Probly why no one answered.
  5. Thanks. This is my first grow so maybe they aren't too bad and I'm thinking too hard.

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    Thanks. It was not the same question.

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  6. #6 rain dancer, Oct 9, 2014
    Last edited: Oct 9, 2014
    Make sure when you water that little plant that you are giving just enough water at the base of the plant to keep it alive. Anymore and youll water log it and cause damping off. That's a large pot, so no big deal, as long as you dont overwater. Do NOT drench it.

    If you do, youll get fungus gnats and a plethora of problems. Did you add the layer of perlite as a preventative or have you battled bugs?
  7. It's a Hempy bucket so it's all perlite, except for the small rockwool cube that I started it in.
    Never battled bugs.

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  8. Good, then all is well! Keep up the good work bud! :)
  9. Everything looks fine. Like the blade above said, water just enough to keep it alive. In my experience it is easier to love it to death much quicker than it is to ignore it to death.
  10. Well said man

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  11. You can love it in the right ways though. I highly suggest you Ph the water you use before every watering. plus when you start feeding it stick to the feeding schedule but start it slow.  I would even suggest testing the PPM's of the water and what not.
    It may not be necessary for me to ph my water every time but its takes that "what if" out of diagnosing problems.
    An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of Fix.
    in some cases a ounce of prevention might be worth a pound of weed :smoke:

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