*Help* Maxibloom Coco Grow: Leaves drooping and turning lime greem

Discussion in 'Growing Marijuana Indoors' started by jsn29, Oct 28, 2014.

  1. hat type of medium; soil or hydro? 3 gal bucket coco

    Indoors or outdoors? Indoors

    What strain? Headband

    How old are the plants? ~2 weeks

    What type of lights and how many watts? x4 23w cfl 5000k

    How far from the lights? 4-6 inches

    What is your watering frequency and source of water? watered the first day that i planted then skipped a day now its been two days with no water, no nutes

    What, how much and when was it fed? NPK? no nutes during watering, once started drooping they were sprayed with qtr strength maxibloom

    Any help is appreciated and im sure I left some info out so if you have any question ill answer as best as I can..

    Onto the pics
    when I first got it and planted to now

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  2. there is something about that soil they don't like. If it was me, Id prune down to the third node and remove all leaves below the third node and transplant into a different soil
  3. well i know coco doesnt have any nutrients and i didnt flush it with nutrients before i planted it so could they just be hungry? 
  4. Give it some nitrogen and calmag or epsom salts and see if it fixes it otherwise idk.
  5. thanks guys 
    it looks like they recovered some bit but still look sick

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