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can someone tell me why my leaves are drooping?

illadelphia

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This is my first grow, aside from just tossing seeds outside and seeing what happens. I am growing indoors with coco coir. I water with distilled water every 1-2 days. I'm using cfl's (4 45 watts and 2 15 watts). I supplement them with sun light as much as I can. At least every day. I currently have 12 plants growing. They've been sprouted for about 3-4 weeks now. I think I stunted their growth by giving them nitrogen burn by watering with plant food before I was supposed to. But I stopped that and flushed them. Aside from the slow growth, I have drooping leaves. Am I overwatering, underwatering? Any help or tips for a first time grower would be much appreciated. Thanks.
 

illadelphia

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illadelphia

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This is the only one I have at the moment, they're all the same way basically, some a little worse than others. If you need more pics I can get them, just not at the moment.
 

illadelphia

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I figured it would over watering. I water every 1-2 days. I have coco and perlite, which everyone says dries out fast, but I can't see it drying out that fast
 

illadelphia

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Yeah I'm using 75% coco coir/25% permits.Temp stays around 75 degrees and I have a fan on them to keep the air moving. Humidity is around 50-60 percent (I don't have a dehumidifier or humidifier so as far as I know I'm basically stuck with the humidity of my house). I gave them some kind of miracle grow my friend gave me after his grow. But I also have some worm castings now, which I'm gonna hold off on giving them anything for a little. Learned my lesson on that. Do you think it's over watered or just still recovering from nute burn. Maybe both?
 

Cruizer

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Over watered, I'm currently dealing with the same problem. I had to add more drainage holes to my containers, one has recovered and the other looks like it will make it too. I am new to growing and learning along the way and over watering is depressing, so let them dry out and get a moister meter to check with, it's helping me not to over water. It's surprising how much water is actually in the soil when you think there's none.
 
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