On a scale of 1-10 how bad did I just sh*t the bed?

As a rookie, I made the biggest rookie mistake and overwatered. Wtf should I do?!

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Put the fan oscillating towards the plant which will help evaporate the excess water. Also wait to water till the pots feel light. The plants will be fine. :+1::+1::+1:


Nice looking plants ! let the plants dry out they will perk back up. @MrPeat has got you covered. :+1:


God I hope so. After the droop, I gave them 5 days without water, but today i gave them each 6oz as the soil was straight up dry.

Took @MrPeat advice and tilted fan towards plants. They move a little too much for my liking, but if thats the move, thats the move.


Use a slower speed. :+1::+1::+1:


@MrPeat C’mon man, I’m not that dumb. Its on lowest setting lol.



Youve helped me in the past, any knowledge you can bestow on this tragedy in progress?

Hahaha. Low setting :laughing::laughing:

But really Peat is spot on. Just let them dry out. They’ll bounce back


My question now is when do I water them again? Im terrified to give them any in their current state.

Get used to how heavy the pot feels when wet/dry. I can tell it’s time for water when there is a slight space between fabric pot and soil and whole pot feels very light. Amount of time between waterings will be dependent on the type of soil and how well it drains or doesn’t drain. I’ve noticed FFOF drys pretty quickly.

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One observation, some bags have much less soil than others. It does does things reduces 5 gal to 3 gal and makes consistent watering much more difficult.

Turns out, I was underwatering. Giving them water 3x a week and they love it. Back to life and banging!

Did some pruning and some light lst. Thinking flipping to flower in a week…
Wait longer? Advice?

@PurpNGold74 @MrPeat

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Sounds like a plan. :+1::+1::+1: