Droopy or Curling lower leaves

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Update:
Ive had it outside for a few hours in the afternoon for the past 2 days. Havent watered it. I guess its doing ok, doesnt look any worse than the previous pics in this post. It does seem to get more and more droopy as the day goes on. Why? My moisture meter show dry at the top 2cm, and moist in the lower pot area. Do I wait until the whole pot is dry before watering again?
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GNick55

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Update:
Ive had it outside for a few hours in the afternoon for the past 2 days. Havent watered it. I guess its doing ok, doesnt look any worse than the previous pics in this post. It does seem to get more and more droopy as the day goes on. Why? My moisture meter show dry at the top 2cm, and moist in the lower pot area. Do I wait until the whole pot is dry before watering again? View attachment 1130442
looks like watering time again
 
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Update:
Ive had it outside for a few hours in the afternoon for the past 2 days. Havent watered it. I guess its doing ok, doesnt look any worse than the previous pics in this post. It does seem to get more and more droopy as the day goes on. Why? My moisture meter show dry at the top 2cm, and moist in the lower pot area. Do I wait until the whole pot is dry before watering again? View attachment 1130442
are those one gallon pots?
if so check out the driest one by flipping it upside like your going to transplant to look at roots
 
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do you think you damaged or ripped some roots while transplanting?
 
HaveApuff

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Your girls are looking thirsty...and your light height is looking much better 👍
 
hashhu

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Final update. Well, it looks like it was a combination of underwatering, and a light that was too close to the plants. Gave each plant 500ml and raised the light to 12"...Everything looks great now. Also decided to start some LST. What do you think? All looks good? Training correctly?

Thanks so much for all your help!
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Final update. Well, it looks like it was a combination of underwatering, and a light that was too close to the plants. Gave each plant 500ml and raised the light to 12"...Everything looks great now. Also decided to start some LST. What do you think? All looks good? Training correctly?

Thanks so much for all your help! View attachment 1131563
just go easy, too much all at once can stress her.,
looks good!
 
Flexnerb

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i’m putting my outside on tuesday and i’m in southern ontario..
don’t sweat it about the plants, they don’t look unhealthy, it’s just something minor, we’ll see how she’s doing when lights come back on.
Hes right..lol along with the others saying light and water. To my point of this post.... in some instances it takes a lot to kill a plant! Trut me ive trashed plants and watched them come back to life. Had mites beat my shit up in veg almost lost them. Nope! They are still here..lmfao.....alive and well...one of them had really no chance at survival. Fucking everything was dead brown except the stalk..probably not as bad as im stating it...but you get the idea....a month later i cloned her and shes still here. Not original seed mom but oh well.....these words are from a friend as i dont have plants..
 
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