Can someone take a look at my plants please ?

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Hi everyone I've currently got 8 critical mass growing, currently 2 week old clones, now I can't help but feel like they are looking a little too yellow to me 🤷‍♂️ now it's only my second grow so I hope I'm wrong and just panicking for nothing which is where hopefully you much more experienced guys come in, any advice wud be much appreciated, they was due a feed when picture was taken as it was when lights had just come on, I fed them after I took the pic
 
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They look a little hungry to me and also pretty dry. What are you growing in? What are your watering practices? What nutrients are you using?
Hi, I'm growing in canna coco professional plus, I know the soil looks dry coz they was due there feed , I've been giving them 1 litre every other day because they still look a little damp the day after a feed so I wait another day,I'm using rhizotonic, cannazym and canna a and b
 
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ok so you are in coco and using cana coco nutrients and enzyms. You need to feed it. That coco shouldn't be that dry. keep it always moist.
leaves also get droopy when its hongery, and the leaves curling is cuz of heat/light/temps

You see in this post where in big bold letters says " New Members - Please read this" just click on that and there are series of questions in there that you can copy here and answer them.
 
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ok so you are in coco and using cana coco nutrients and enzyms. You need to feed it. That coco shouldn't be that dry. keep it always moist.
leaves also get droopy when its hongery, and the leaves curling is cuz of heat/light/temps

You see in this post where in big bold letters says " New Members - Please read this" just click on that and there are series of questions in there that you can copy here and answer them.
Sorry for been a pain in the arse but I can't where it says that 🤷‍♂️
 
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it was in his sig. If you don't have that turned on, you won't see it.
 
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ok so you are in coco and using cana coco nutrients and enzyms. You need to feed it. That coco shouldn't be that dry. keep it always moist.
leaves also get droopy when its hongery, and the leaves curling is cuz of heat/light/temps

You see in this post where in big bold letters says " New Members - Please read this" just click on that and there are series of questions in there that you can copy here and

it was in his sig. If you don't have that turned on, you won't see it.
Thanks pal
 
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You need to virtually flood coco. The water running through the coco draws oxygen to the roots. They look oxygen starved.

Over watered soil plants look the same. Which confuses a lot of people.
 
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“So first off COCO is NOT soil. For best results we want to keep it saturated between 90-100% that does not mean you can't go below this but you may see slower growth or nutrient issues over time if your consistently letting COCO get to dry.”
That’s a quote from the thread I put a link to in last post. You get a lot of bad info from people growing in soil trying to tell you what to do with coco. Coco is closer to hydro than it is soil.
 
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You need to virtually flood coco. The water running through the coco draws oxygen to the roots. They look oxygen starved.

Over watered soil plants look the same. Which confuses a lot of people.
Thankyou for the advice ! I've been giving them 1 litre every other day coz when I was coming 24 hours after a feed they still seemed a little damp but yeah I agree that when I come 48 hours later the pots where very dry, so I will start feeding them daily from now on, maybe give them 3/4 a litre a day, I've got a soil tester coming tomorrow and that will take alot if the guess work away for me, also got another ac infinity fan coming as I'm struggling with the temps been too high also ! I really appreciate your guys advice 😊
 
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“So first off COCO is NOT soil. For best results we want to keep it saturated between 90-100% that does not mean you can't go below this but you may see slower growth or nutrient issues over time if your consistently letting COCO get to dry.”
That’s a quote from the thread I put a link to in last post. You get a lot of bad info from people growing in soil trying to tell you what to do with coco. Coco is closer to hydro than it is soil.
“So first off COCO is NOT soil. For best results we want to keep it saturated between 90-100% that does not mean you can't go below this but you may see slower growth or nutrient issues over time if your consistently letting COCO get to dry.”
That’s a quote from the thread I put a link to in last post. You get a lot of bad info from people growing in soil trying to tell you what to do with coco. Coco is closer to hydro than it is

“So first off COCO is NOT soil. For best results we want to keep it saturated between 90-100% that does not mean you can't go below this but you may see slower growth or nutrient issues over time if your consistently letting COCO get to dry.”
That’s a quote from the thread I put a link to in last post. You get a lot of bad info from people growing in soil trying to tell you what to do with coco. Coco is closer to hydro than it is soil.
Thankyou for the advice ! I've been giving them 1 litre every other day coz when I was coming 24 hours after a feed they still seemed a little damp but yeah I agree that when I come 48 hours later the pots where very dry, so I will start feeding them daily from now on, maybe give them 3/4 a litre a day, I've got a soil tester coming tomorrow and that will take alot if the guess work away for me, also got another ac infinity fan coming as I'm struggling with the temps been too high also ! I really appreciate your guys advice 😊
 
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I'm watering my Coco's 6 times a day at the min. Think I need to up it soon(maybe) but boy oh boy the buds are massive. Only in one gals too (27day veg). Doing 2gals next round.. they might hit the roof 👀
 
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Thankyou for the advice ! I've been giving them 1 litre every other day coz when I was coming 24 hours after a feed they still seemed a little damp but yeah I agree that when I come 48 hours later the pots where very dry, so I will start feeding them daily from now on, maybe give them 3/4 a litre a day, I've got a soil tester coming tomorrow and that will take alot if the guess work away for me, also got another ac infinity fan coming as I'm struggling with the temps been too high also ! I really appreciate your guys advice 😊
How big are the pots? That’s really not enough for coco. It might look like soil, but it’s hydro.

Soil moisture tester is a waste of time for coco.

Plants def need at least one, preferably 2 feeds a day with run off in coco. The yellowing is oxygen deprivation through lack of feeding.
 
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