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I just transplanted two tangie from 1 to 5 gallon pots. Feeding 300 to 350 ppm floranova and calmag PH 6.2 under T5 and led temps 78-79 degrees RH 50% growing in canna coco. The one plant looks ok the other one is drooping with yellowing leaves maybe overwartered although in coco or possibly hungry. I just gave her some superthrive and epsom salts. I also have no fan in the grow room I have one coming today.20200228_084940.jpg20200228_084916.jpg
 
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Imho its looking hungry to me as well.
I'm not a coco guy though, so it could be something particular to that.
@Capt. C runs alot of coco and does bad ass with it. What's your thoughts mang?
If it's not on a riser I'd put it on one, let the bottom dry out faster as well and not sit in runoff.
 
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How did you prep your Coco, if at all ie the good bagged stuff, if the fines have been rinsed out it should be hard to overwater, but just as a reference in an inert medium like Coco or hydroton, id be up around 450 to 500ppm at about that plant size, so I'd agree with the others, hunger and or a water issue, so many different grades and qualities of coco, some info on that may help out a lot, and sorry if I missed it lol just got home and I'm ripped already, DBB tester nugs for the win 😂😂😂✌✌✌
 
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I just transplanted two tangie from 1 to 5 gallon pots. Feeding 300 to 350 ppm floranova and calmag PH 6.2 under T5 and led temps 78-79 degrees RH 50% growing in canna coco. The one plant looks ok the other one is drooping with yellowing leaves maybe overwartered although in coco or possibly hungry. I just gave her some superthrive and epsom salts. I also have no fan in the grow room I have one coming today.View attachment 2444View attachment 2445
IMO coco is very hard to over water. I suppose if it is possible it would be in a scenario such as this. I am guessing here but i think it is transplant shock. Not sure how long that plant was in a 1 gallon pot but unless you have a good root system in the 1 gallon pot it was too early to transplant. I would go a minimum of 2-3 weeks of good solid growth before transplanting from the 1 gallon pot. If the plant had a good root system in the 1 gallon pot you should be able to transplant stress free. I have not used it in a good while but i remember Superthrive would help in this situation. I would up the feed( definitely nitrogen) a little and keep it under slightly reduced light so it can recover. Not exactly sure i am one the right track but putting my thoughts out there.
 
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As the coco dries your leaves should start picking up when your plants are young & nutrient is weak you can over saturate your coco when your plants are larger & your nutrient to water ratio higher there is less chance of this happening I've made the same mistake recently
 
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