Is she sick??

Discussion in 'Growing Marijuana Indoors' started by Heavyrockerkid, Jun 27, 2017.

  1. My lady has taken on an umbrella shape and has been like this for 2 days now, what's up with her?

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  2. Try letting it dry out some. Might be too wet.

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  3. Okay I'll let her dry out and see if that helps. I hope so
  4. Would that cause just the top set of leaves to curl down? The lowers are flat like they should be
  5. They look overwatered a bit. The largest newest growth usually shows this the most. Not a big problem. What's your water schedule?

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    Don't really have a schedule just use the weight to determine if it needs watering
  7. I do the same thing I water based on weight. And when I think she's light enough I wait an extra day. I get very perky plants because of this I find. [​IMG]

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  8. Awesome, I'll give that a shot and see how it goes. Good grow man, hope mine comes out like that
  9. They're not even close to finished she's my largest plant yet and has another 4 weeks to really plump up.

    Your girl looks great and remember not all plants "pray to the sun"

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  10. This is only my 2nd grow and 1st I had to scrap so I'm still learning alot. Mines only 26 days from popping out of soil so idk if she's behind or on track like I said still learning. Figured I'd jump in and learn by experience. You have a thread going I can follow to watch your girl grow? She's beautiful.
  11. I've also been experimenting with a couple solo cup bonsai grows, it's pretty cool
  12. Here's one of em

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  13. You can see my grow I have a link on my profile. Takes you right to it, as for you girl at 26 days that's not too bad,

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  14. Romulan Grapefruit is what I'm growing currently
  15. They droop when they're too wet or too dry 99% of the time. Use the lift test to know whether you need to water or not. If you lift the container the plant is growing in and feel any weight at all (talking light as a feather here), it's not time. Any weight you feel is moisture still in the soil and to keep these plants healthy, you need to give them defined wet/dry cycles. They hate the roots sitting in moist soil all the time. But no big deal. Just let it dry out enough from now on and know that no matter how long it takes for the plant to use the water, you've got to let it use up what you gave it last time before giving it anymore. Pretty plant though. TWW
  16. Thank you

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