Ummm is this normal please help…

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Yeah I thought it was overwatered as well but I haven’t watered it sufficiently in like 4 days or so and it hasn’t seemed to get any better. Should I maybe turn the humidifier off?

So is the light too low powered should I get new one? Or should it be good to grow one plant?
I can go 14 days without watering early veg sometimes. All strains are different. (I’m not experienced enough to give advice)
 
Gmix

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How did the roots look like when you transplanted where they white or where they brown and slimy and smelly

The setup looks good
 
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How did the roots look like when you transplanted where they white or where they brown and slimy and smelly

The setup looks good
No they were a little lighter in color not quite white but not brown either..I didn’t notice any sliminess or smelliness when I was transplanting from the pictures I’ve seen they looked on the healthier side
 
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That’s good well I suggest you have a bong joint or whatever and enjoy the day well that’s my intention 🙂

Good luck bud
Will do!! Thank you so much for you time and help!!! I appreciate you!!
 
cannafarmer420

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I have a fan blowing directly on it and it’s been looking like that for about a week
Oscillating or indirect aur flow is ideal, but they typically harden off eventually if it's a reasonable fan setting and you aren't blasting them.
 
Sunasun

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Well I don't know about the watering till runoff I never do but I guess it would depend on your median
Far as 5-7 oz you shouldn't say that
Why not? With a 2 month veg and proper watering from germination onwards, this is very attainable.
 
WhatsHeDoingToday

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I can't see a problem with your equipment. Are you sure that's a 1000-watt light?

Can we see a few pictures of your plants?
Man, this little guy looks like it's been through the wringer, you know? The drooping leaves and discoloration, especially those yellowing lower leaves, are screaming out that it's not happy, man. Looks like it could be a case of overwatering or maybe some nutrient issues. Overwatering can suffocate the roots, man, they need oxygen too, you know? And if it's a nutrient thing, it could be a nitrogen deficiency, as that can cause yellowing of the lower leaves while the top stays green.

But hey, don't forget to check out the environment too, man. Temperature, humidity, pH of the water, and soil can all mess with your plant's vibe. Make sure everything's balanced, just like the mood in a good jam session. If you correct these issues, your plant might just bounce back like a sweet baseline, you know? Peace out.
 
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