Well, I have a major problem. I mis measured when I mixed my Captain Jack's, and it f'd my plants big time. Totally my mistake, and I've never had a problem using it, until I screwed up. The plants were in awesome shape July 4, on that day I put the Capt Jack's on them, as i do once a week, but with three times the concentrate than needed in the water. the next day they looked super wilted. Then I noticed the leaves were canoeing, and the main top and the top of every Branch was basically flopped over. Knowing that wouldn't happen over night, and seeing the damage was the worst where they were hit the heaviest with the big killer, it was pretty obvious what happened. I sprayed a ton ph'd water on them to wash and flush them, watered them, but not too much, and they are coming back, but they are much less vigorous, leaves are droopy, and some are still canoeing, and what little new growth I've seen the last couple days looks wispy and stunted. I'm hoping they will rebound better, time will tell. No Browning of the leaves so that is a good sign. The tops have almost straightened back out except for one plant...Pissed at myself for screwing up what was looking to be a top notch crop. They are due to get nutes tomorrow, wondering if I should hold off while they are stressed or of it will help them. Strains: critical, Critical cheese and Cherry bomb. Three months into veg, five feet tall, in the ground in three feet wide by three feet deep, mix of happy frog and ocean Forest soils, getting GH nutes once a week. They were in absolutely perfect shape until I did this, and the damage happened literally over night, so it's clear what happened. I screwed up. If anyone has any ideas to help them recover, please let me know. Pics below to see the damage. Some of the whole plants, some close up to show the canoeing and f'd up new growth..I think they will survive, but I want to do what ever I can to get them recovered. This was going to be a kick ass crop, more I'm just trying to make sure it isn't ruined.