Alright guys here's my specs Strain: Clones of unknown type lighting type: SIDE: 2 4"T-5 panels TOP:CFL. 6x23 2x42 1x68 in a pvc rectangular hood. lighting timing: 24/7 lighting height from plants: top 1-2 inches, side 3-4 inches vent method:open doors and small fan grow method: soil, root organics no additives grow mode: normal nute/fert brand: Advanced Hydroponics Grow/Bloom/Micro nute/fert mix:Grow/Bloom/Micro nute/fert additives:None medium/soil type:Root Organics medium/soil quantity per plant:3 or 4 gallon water source: Bottled Water or tap water depending on if I have Bottled. water quality:Do not know water amount per plant Water when soil was dry to 4" deep...Read Post (soil/non hydro): frequency: About every couple days, then I fert'd 2 times in a row. flushing interval:3 days ago reservoir change interval(hydro): N/A plant age: 62 days Ph fresh nutes/ferts: Ph of 6-6.5 PPM fresh nutes/ferts:Do Not Know Ph spent nutes/ferts**:Drainage 6.1-6.3 PPM spent nutes/ferts**:Do Not Know Temp "day":no higher than 82 Temp "night":24/7 no night but temps never get lower than 65 Relative humidity "day":* Do Not Know but outside humidity is 50-75% Relative Humidity "night":* Do Not Know but outside 50-75% And the story: I had some very nicely growing plants, both were very dark green and with very tight internode spacing, bushy queens with perky tops and arms. he main stem was very thick and stable and supported the plant well. My lighting setup is fabulous and is providing a large amount 38,000 lumens, 360 actual watts of flourescent lighting both 64k and lower 27k color spectrum spread over the tops and 2" 4 bulb T-5 panels on 2 sides of two plants, about 5 square feet total. So its surrounded by flourescent light! My medium is Root Organics un-aided, I had been watering my plants as needed every 3 or so days fluctuating between bottled water, and tap water, sometimes Ph'd and sometimes not. I was fertilizing every other time with a mild to medium (according to bottle) strength nutes, Ph'd of course to 6.2 to 6.5. Into week 6 I started to spray at a mild strength, the nutes onto the leaves for foliar feeding twice a week but then held off on watering them as I was not home much... so I think I under watered them this week.. Into week 7 for some reason I watered with %75 strength nutes by mixing up 2 gallons of water and adding in nutes and then adjusting the Ph to 5.8 +/- .2, I watered each plant with a half liter of water and saved the rest in two liter bottles and over the next two days I poured in the rest that was left, I did this thinking they needed it as the soil was so dry one day, like bone dry. I also foliar fed them 3 days in a row too. At the end of week 7 I noticed a few of the bottom leaves start to turn yellow and some of the overall leaves were yellowing at the the very tips of them and ALL the leaves were very very droopy, clawed under and were looking very sad. At the beginning of week 8 (this week) Sunday, I put them into my bath tub and I filled the tub with tap water and then drained it 3 times in a row to flush them thinking they were over nuted. I let them rest 24 hours and they were still looking bad so I flushed them again this time pouring Ph'd bottled water 4 Gallons through one at a time so that it would drain out the bottom. The drainage Ph was slowly falling from 6.8 to eventually 6.2 as I went, testing from each gallon I Poured into them by collecting a small portion of the first drops that came out. I then let them rest 1.5 days. They were continuing to yellow and look bad so I pulled them out of the pots to check and they looked slightly root bound but the roots were very bright white, and beautiful, all spread out and no bad smell, slime, or rot at all. So I repotted them into larger pots (their final size pots) 3.5 gallon sized pots. Part of the repotting involved sprinkling root hormone powder lightly into the hole I dug into the new soil filled pot to aid in root growth into the new medium. I had done this 2 previous repots and they seemed to LOVE it so I did it for this repotting. And then I set in the plant and then lightly watered the whole plant/soil to settle the soil and plant into the newly potted pot, and to wet the rooting powder inside the hole. Then I let them rest 3 days and here we are today. Plants still look the same and the leaves that were yellowing are getting slightly worse, and some others are starting to yellow, all the leaves are dooopy and clawing, but mostly they are dark green, a healthy looking green. The new growth is bright green and clawed, some of the leaves are curling and twisting and I am worried. Here are the pics of the drooping: Pics of the tops of the plants: Here are some pics of the leaves I cut off the plant and laid them out in order of progression of yellowing. And Finally pics of my lighting setup So I hope I have left enough detailed information to assist in diagnosing what has happened to my plants. everything was going so well and then BAM. So any advice, suggestions or really ANYTHING reply! Please any old pros out there care to lend a hand/word I'd sure appreciate it!