These plants are about a month old or so (I haven't really been keeping track). I transplanted them two weeks ago. The soil is a mixture of buffered coco coir, ocean forest, perlite, worm castings, and Down To Earth's 4-4-4 dry amendment. There's also some Recharge in there. I watered them 1 week ago with a relatively small amount, didn't even drip out of the bottom. The water was PHed to 6.1, added some cal/mag and silica to the water as well as a drop of Molasses. PPM was less than 200. I'm guessing it's nitrogen toxicity, or nute lock out or something. But I know the usual answer will be overwatering. They feel bone dry to me, super light, bottoms are dry, and top inch of soil is dry. Wondering if I should flush them and see what the PPM meter says of the run off, or keep letting them dry out even more. There is new growth since I topped, but as you can see even the new growth looks droopy.