I have three plants growing outdoors in my garden one of them is having a gender issue I have a thread on it, that's another subject altogether. Both of those are on one side of the garden , the one with the drooping issue is on the other side of the yard. All three in regular garden soil nothing special but I add some sea soil and organic compost before I planted them. I've been feeding all three MG (NPK 24,8,16 ) from the start , watering regularly (4gal per watering) 2 days feed 1 day water 2 days feed 1 day nothing been since April, no issue at all growing green and tall 5 feet plus tall. I have other vegetable plants growing along side them and they all look fine. I did make one change to feeding on all three plants I had some left over Pure blend compost tea 0.5-0.5-1 that I wanted to get rid of this season and used that for one feeding last week, didn't notice any adverse effect. Now for the last three days it's been drooping, (I stopped watering after the day I saw it drooping 3 days no water) it's not lack of water, too much water not sure, maybe. Leaves are still green except for yellow ones at the bottom, no other discoloration. I try to PH the water 6-7 before feeding. I will test the soil for PH tonight. I have to other idea's how to proceed.