Sorry, I've been trying to research an answer to this on my own for a week; meanwhile the problem has continued to get worse. I really need some knowledgeable advice on how to help my plant ASAP. Indoors or outdoors? Indoor single plant micro grow What type of medium; soil or hydro? Soil What brand and type of soil? MiracleGro Moisture Control (I know, I know... I think this is where lots of the issues started) What strain? Bag Seed How old are the plants? 4 weeks from seedling What type of lights and how many watts? 4x 23 watt 6500k CFLs above, 4x 24watt 2ft T5HO tubes on the sides How far from the lights? 4 inches What is your watering frequency and source of water? Every other day with tap water that has sat for 24 hours before being poured into a reservoir aerated with an aquarium pump and air stone What, how much and when was it fed? NPK? None, aside from the soil What is the medium/runoff pH and PPM if in hydro? Don't have pH meter yet What are the temps and humidity in the room? 50% RH, average about 90F prior to adding an intake fan, about 86F after What size pots? 3 Gallon smart pot, sitting in 5 Gallon smartpot Any bugs? Look real close. A few carpet beetles, some gnats. Any other pertinent info? Complete history: Started seed in Jiffy disc. Planted to a 3 gallon dirt bag/smart pot. Used MiracleGro Moisture control (because I didn't want to think about it... yeah right! ). I noticed signs of distress after a couple weeks of planting. I attributed this to the soil, so I flushed pretty heavily for about 5 days. At the end of flushing, I noticed roots poking through the bottom of the 3 gallon container, so I simply put the 3 gallon smart pot into a 5 gallon smart pot. I think I tried to get too cute with it... in the 5 gallon smart pot, I simply filled with perlite. I also put a tube in the bottom of the pot attached to a fish pump, so air is constantly being pushed in there. (Too much in terms of "airy soil"? haha) At the same time, I moved it from sitting openly in a closet into its intended home, a 18x18x36 grow cube. Temperature was far higher in there than ambient temps in the closet. As I mentioned, it was up around 90, now in the mid 80s. Probably going to add more computer fans I guess. Do I need to flush more? Did my previous flush remove too much nutrients from the soil? Heat stress? Nutrient deficiency (from flush followed by no feeding)? Please help. Also, in one of the attached pics, you can see where the first "true leaves" have withered away--not sure if that's to be expected or another symptom.