Plant Starting To Wilt

Discussion in 'Sick Plants and Problems' started by Peen, May 28, 2013.

  1. Woke up to find my plant like this. Any idea what has caused this?
    It looks like heat/light stress but its kept in natural sun light in room temperature.
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  2. What are your parameters?
  3. We need all the info on your grow including: 

    What type of medium; soil or hydro?
    What brand and type of soil?
    Indoors or outdoors?
    What strain?
    How old are the plants?
    What type of lights and how many watts?
    How far from the lights?
    What is your watering frequency and source of water?
    What, how much and when was it fed? NPK?
    What is the medium/runoff pH and PPM if in hydro?
    What are the temps and humidity in the room?
    What size pots?
    Any bugs? Look real close.
    Any other pertinent info?

    If any of these questions have already been answered please disregard as I cut and paste this for everyone. 

    If there is leaf discoloration please TAKE PICTURES WITH ALL GROW LIGHTS OFF, ESPECIALLY HPS & LED's. Taking pictures and taking them with lights off, allows us to see what the leaf discoloration looks like. 

  4. I'm using soil, a mix of my own organic potting soil and perlite
    Growing indoors in a greenhouse type environment just using natural light for the time being
    The stain is Nivarna auto fem Northern lights
    The plant is about 2 1/2 weeks old
    No nutes all natural
    The ph is about 7
    The temperature ranges between 18-25C and Humidity about 45-55%
    Pot sizes 2.5 Gallon
    And not signs of bugs
    Thank you
  5. The very next time you try to grow, please plant the seeds in seedling mix first to avoid such errors...tx
  6. I agree. I think your soil was just a little to hot for that baby.
    The ph of your run off needs to be around 6.5 to consume the best ratio of nutrients once it's rooted well.
  7. Thanks for the help guys :D
  8. Scoop a bit of that soil out of the pot and run a bit of distilled water through the sample and let us know what the ph reads?

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