After doing days of reading these forums, I can come to no conclusion on what's going wrong with my plant. I HAVE PICTURES, BUT NO WAY TO PUT THEM UP UNTIL TOMORROW, for computer hassle reasons. but before i ask my question, i'll explain my setup First grow, in bedroom closet, small fan for circulation, initially one CFL bulb with a reflector was put on it and now, 3 or 4 weeks later, it has 3 CFL bulbs all about 3" away from it. ph reads 7.0 or a little over. Started from bagseed, placed in Calloway's Potting soil (I didn;t have anything else available, although I'd really like to try this FoxFarm. I might be able to get it now, i'm gonna go check the store tomorrow), and i have transplanted it to a bamboo 2-gallon pot. has not been ANY nutrients yet, although there is an amount of time-release(water-release) nutrients already in the Calloway's potting soil. Like I said, it's about 3 or 4 weeks old now. Now, the other day I noticed my little girl looked a little hungry, a little droopy. I watered her and I somehow did too much I believe. She righted herself and looked good the next day but later that same day she started drooping again. The stems turned red and The first leaves at the bottom started turning yellow the next day. The next day (which was yesterday), she droooped all day, a little more, and the red/purple stems have extended almost all the way to top of the 7" tall plant. The lower leaves edges exhibit a browning. So yesterday I took out all of the surrounding soil in the pot, added perlite and some dry potting soil, then lifted the plant, took out some more of the wet soil, placed an inch of dry soil under it, then returned it to the pot immediately and put it back how it was. I turned the lights off so the roots would grow for a couple hours. today it still droopy, but ive had lights on them all day. My suspicion is that my soil stayed damp for too long and the nutrients were still being released, causing my plant to "block" everything out for now since there's too much water. Does this sound right? and if so, what would be your suggestion? I think flushing would just cause it to be way overwatered. and since I kinda just did a transplant, I think doing it again would stress it out way too much. Much thanks in advance guys.