1. To much water. You can tell by how moldy the top layer is. You have to let it dry out more before watering. Don't matter how hot it gets.

  2. Are you the only one knowing your grow if you're the only one that knows your grow you done something to that plant cry all you want water water water water just flood the fuck out of that plant if it takes 5 gallons to feet it sucks eating it don't feed nothing for the rest of this year don't feed nothing to that plant water water water water you need to fucking water that motherfucker home I shit that's what it looks like to me too bad it looks like about a two and a half pound a plant

  3. MN nicegrow

    2 days ago

    Looks like it just needs a good watering… I thought same thing when I first saw this plant.. Mine get tht way and BAMMM they spring right back with a good watering. I agree … better to under water your plants than over water.. Over watering causes a ton of various problems… underwatering and not to extreme ….will keep your plant happy and healthy.

  4. Try hydrogen peroxide… maybe 2 tbs gal.. only water 10 15% of the pot 100 gal pot feed 10 gal water per feeding or watering .. looks like root rot..

  5. Musta been one of them sensitive gals, she pry just needed some extra attention,u could have cuddled up with her and let her watch a sex in the city marathon but when u got a buncha girls like that sometimes feelings get hurt,she just couldnt take seeing u with all them other women I guess.bummer,she had a fat ass on her

  6. Are you overwatering? Usually only requires 10 % water of the amount of soil in your pot. Looks like root rot honestly. If you would have let the pot dry out they would have recovered. Let your pots dry out for 3 to 4 days in between.

  7. Just another reason I like plants in ground. Never go anaerobic. Not saying that's what happened to your sativa….garden is beautiful…another fellow Michigander.,

  8. It doesn't hurt to not water your plants until they wilt a bit. I had one really wilted today, forgot about it for a few hours and it already needed water. She was very wilted when I checked on them. I watered it (tea) and literally ten minutes later it looked great again. No problem. Under watering is better than over watering any day. Over watering can cause tons of problems. Look on my channel, the plant in the orange pot wilts regularly. She's still growing just as fast as the rest.

  9. So overwatering? Never seen one do that but I have killed a few spaying when the sun was still up that did just like that. Good luck

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