This is a post that I put up a couple days ago. watering too much? I have 6 (now 5) white russian plants planted in 3" temporary containers. They are about a week and a half old and I just got off of work today and looked at them and one was completely limp and starting to shrivel and the other 5 are bending backwards almost like they're wilting with slighty yellowing of the leaves. They are about 5" tall and I've been watering them heavily once a day for the last 4 days. I'm using foxfarm oceanforest soil, I have a 400 watt hps that I just switched to 12/12 2 days ago sitting ~26" above the top leaves. The reflector is not air cooled but it does have glass and theres plenty of air flowing between the light and plants, with a 640cfm fan pulling old air out of the room. I don't have a camera to take any pictures but if anyone might be able to diagnose the problem by anything I've said I will greatly appreciate it. Any questions, please ask. Everyone wrote back saying that yes it probably was over watering. So I skipped one full day of watering (about 36 hours since last watering) and I thought a couple plants were starting to perk back up, but I wake up this morning and another plants dead, and one mores not too far behind. This all started happening after I switched the plants to 12/12, so I'm afraid it might be because I put them into flowing too early. So I'm gonna switch them back to veg with 24/0 light for now. But I'm not sure if this will do anything, so if anyones dealt with anything like this before pppplllleeeeaaaassseee help. I don't wanna lose 110 dollars worth of seeds a little less than 2 weeks in and I'll hate having to wait 6 weeks for more in the mail. Thanks in advance.