My cousin had two plants growing outside and they were looking scrawny from lack of sun i believe. I brought my tent, inline fan, lights and other equipment over (since I'm not using them at the moment) and set it up in his basement. set it up and put the plants in it and the leaves started to droop. He has been over watering it and i figured that was why. I transplanted on of the plants into a fabric pot as well. When i translated it, the soil looked like it was from a compost pile. The dirt had leaves and other stuff in it and the root ball was too big to add some better soil (both pots were about the same size). So from the beginning it was starting out bad. One of the plants is starting to turn leaves on the bottom yellow. Do you think thats from lack of nutrients? Ill try and get a couple pics from him later so you guys can have a better guess. Below are some stats of tent and plants that i know Tent- 32"x32"x63" 6" Inline fan 440 CFM 2- 600W Mars Hydro LEDs Temp- 80-85 degrees Humidity is kinda high at 75% The plants are in 5 gal fabric pot and a 5 gal bucket. Soil- from compost pile Seeds are bag seed Nutrients- none as of yet until soil drys out then we will add 1/4 -1/2 strength per gallon of water (FF Grow Big) I guess I'm more concerned with the yellowing of the lower leaves, does it sound like it might be because of lack of nutrients, or possibly the soil, combination of the two? Like i said above ill try and get some pictures of the plants later as well.