Help, droopy

Discussion in 'Sick Plants and Problems' started by Roniin, Feb 27, 2016.

  1. Soil is dry so not over watered. Was doing fine few days ago, now it's droopy. It's my only topped plant i thought maybe it's heavier, so needs supported? Idk please help she's one of my best.
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  2. Those branchs aren't tied down?

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  3. No. She's twice as bad today

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  4. Post a pic.

    Soil dry all the way down? Drain holes good?
     
  5. Good drainage, soil, feed/watering schedule all same with others. Watered and flushed this morning after the post, she looks a little better but i pulled some dead leaves off her, she's limp, browning spots, leaves are dry and curling longways like a hot dog
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  6. What's your grow set up?

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  7. #7 Roniin, Feb 28, 2016
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    Regular potting soil, light mg nutes once after 1-2 waterings. Flushed every water (keep pouring 3-5 seconds after pours from bottom, or until clear ). 70-80°, low humidity. 400w HPS, started on the 20th last month. Watered once dried a whole finger length

    Is it possible that the tops are getting to heavy, and needs tied up?

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  8. I'm a first time grower, but I don't think youre suppose to flush every watering
     
  9. I usually just keep pouring until water comes out the bottom. Shes due water tomorrow, I'm going to spread coffee grounds atop the soil. Hopefully that'll wake her up, possible nitrogen?

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  10. Coffee grounds are acidic, so it'll probably drop your ph
     
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  11. Full of good things to like nitrogen. They've always helped my plants in the past

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