look into the ph thing. I am not a soil guy, but I think soil ph should be around 6.5. Also, are you feeding the plant nutrients or is it in the soil already. I am not familiar with "hyponex" but if it has slow release ferts then try not to water until it is ABSOLUTELY necessary, as giving water will give it nutrients. Looks like you have been doing something right up till this point though...
I have looked into the PH level required for soil, and you are correct at 6.5. And yes the soil has slow release fertilizer, good for 4 months is the claim on the bag. I did use nutrients throughout the grow. The grow and flowering went well, and I was re vegetating in an attempt to clone.
happy plant some people think more nutes make big buds , less is more , most common things on this forum over feed and over water . i use a cheap potting mix with some perlite and i go easy on the nutes , i am even doing one at the moment with baby milk lol. check my link below ,
havnt had a problem at all with her , infect i love her shes my best plant so far , i am just hoping she makes it to the end , shes 4 weeks 12.12 tomorrow
the re veg clone link
Just a side thought, why not take a couple of clones of that plant right now and try to get the clones to re veg and keep the plant as well. This way you can choose health looking clones and it also gets them out of that soil
It seems the potting soil with fertilizer is popular enough that I can't find any without it. I am trying to get clones started from this plant, just don't know if I will succeed on the first try or not. So I am trying to keep this plant alive as long as possible. This has turned into a learning experience for me. I will post again to let you know if there is improvement or not. Thanks for the replies.
Ok, it looked like I was going to lose her, so I decided to get radical and experiment. Pulled her out of the pot, and removed most of the soil. Then I repotted her in some fresh sunshine advanced mix 4. Now I am lightly watering with PH adjusted (5.9) water only every other day. I expected wilting but that didn’t happen. I think she looks better, and seems to be growing with no shock from the transplant.