Need help, droopy leafes/stuck veg

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TheUnkn0wn

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Plants were growing at a slow rate until they stopped and start to droop, I've tried underwatering and watering normal, like 200ml each when dry soil. Also tried 500ml when dry soil.
temp is 24-26 celsius, humidity was around 50%, today I cooled to 24c and woke uup with 21% humdity(I hanged a wet towel and humidity is rising), I believe the problem is my relative humidty, but not sure, because they were drooping at 50-55% already (and two plants are afghan which I believe they should be more resistat to low humidity). Soil is foxfarm, water Ph 6, ppm 50, 2x1000d spiderfarm, 18/4, no light leaks, a fan down and an exhaust on top cloudnine
 
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GNick55

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something has stressed them out..
have you checked for pest?
twisty leaves, 3 fingered odd leaves.. etc signs of bad stress..
 
TheUnkn0wn

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Yeah I've checked pests, maybe a rooting problem, and Yeah they're very stressed
 
mysticepipedon

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For pots that size, 200 ml is nothing.

Stop measuring your water and get that soil WET, from top to bottom, side to side. Put them in a dish or shallow plastic container and water until it comes out the bottom and the sides of the cloth pot are wet.

THEN don't water again for a few days, until the pots are light, but not as light as they are right now.
 
TheUnkn0wn

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I believe you guys are right, I lifted the pots and they were very light and dry, I now completely watered them, put a plastic bag on pot and wait. thanks! I've grown big and nice outdoor plants before, I thought indoor was easy, couldn't be more wrong
 
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