3 week old autoflower

Not sure whats going on here, i had overwatered, yellowed the bottom leaves, but now i have droopy leaves, plant doesnt look well, should i transplant.
Ts 1000 14 inches above plant
Jungle growth medium
Ac infinity fan on low
4 " exhaust fan running 25 percent
18 hours of light
Hum. 66%
Temp: 22.6c

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Do you have drain holes in the solo cup? She looks pretty soggy.

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Yes 3 1 inch slots bottom side, i had just watered her 1 ml distilled water

Light was at 50 percent, i reduced to 25

My 1st indoor grow, used to be easy, germinate, plant by the lake harvest in the fall.

I don’t want to tell you you’re completely screwed, but here’s what a 3 weeks gorilla glue auto looks like. I think you have over watered and stunted it. It will likely start flowering any time, and your yield will be hardly anything.

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Ty for honest opinion

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Let the medium dry out for several days and she’ll bounce back. The new growth is a nice green but definitely drooping from overwatering :love_you_gesture:

I went ahead and transplanted her, hopefully it will perk back up, if not i germinate another, and not water her to death

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How are you measuring that? 1ml is only a few drops and that has had way way more than 1ml. I only say this because if you are trying to follow a suggested watering schedule then you are off somewhere.
1ml is …
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And if you start measuring nutrients the same way, then its gonna be bad.

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Don’t pull that seed until that thing is dead dead brother. I had one hold out on me hard and was stupid small for the longest time. It’s my biggest plant ever. Auto.





Look at her now!! I will never pull a seedever again unless she is dead dead. I would maybe give more drain holes and airflow. Turn light down to 20% keep it humid and warm in there. 80-85°F and humidity up around 70% is what I do. Don’t water. If you do just a couple drops. Dry wet cycle. Water when dry. I transplanted the big one when she was as small as yours. She held up for a week or so and then her roots exploded and she is that now.

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Thanks for input, I transplanted her yesterday, going to let her run her course.

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Beautiful plant you have.

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I agree. I never give up on one thats still living. I had one equally stuggling in a solo cup because of a bad soil mix. transplanted it into a miracle grow mix because its all I had and it ended up yielding close to 5 ounces. nothing special, but still worth the time and effort for me. Welvome to indoor growing dont get discouraged and I hope you enjoy indoor growing

If you want to water everyday I recommend Coco/Perlite mix. It’s probably pretty difficult to overwater Coco.

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Thank you. Been a long road for this girl but she’s exploding and stinking so good!!!

I water every couple days. Water to runoff of about 10-20%. I just lift my pot and feel if it needs watering. You’ll know. You want wet and dry cycle but don’t let it dry enough to where your microbes die in your soil. We’re all here for you bro. I picked the brains of all these legends in here and got me to where I am. I know enough to be dangerous. Any way I can help you I’m here. I’ll be following along

Do you put anything like great white on your roots when transplanted? Or any kind of microbes you add?

I’m using jungle growth soil, kinda like miracle grow, should I still add nutrients, worm casting tea instead of neutral pH distilled water

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