Underwatering

by Nebula Haze Emergency Resources for Sick Seedlings! Sometimes the hardest part of growing cannabis is getting started. If you've never gardened or planted a seed before, you may have to learn everything from scratch. And with expensive and hard-to-get marijuana seeds, there's a lot of pressure to get things right! At GWE, we have resources for...
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by Nebula Haze The following symptoms are for when your cannabis leaves are "clawing" or curling up or curling down. I'll give a short explanation with pictures of each problem, plus links to the solutions! Fix this common (but hard to diagnose) marijuana problem today!     Nitrogen Toxicity A Nitrogen toxicity is the result...
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by Nebula Haze In addition to the search bar, this link guide helps you navigate through the Grow Weed Easy website. Learn about growing topics you won't find anywhere else! This is a shortened list of all our cannabis growing tutorials, as the website has over 500 articles and tutorials! Full List of EVERYTHING on GWE  ← Over...
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Problem: Your cannabis plant can only withstand a certain amount of heat and light. After a certain point, your cannabis will start exhibiting signs of stress on the leaves near the sources of light and/or heat. Your leaves will get yellow or brown brown spotting and may appear generally burnt in places when there's too...
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by Nebula Haze Problem: After watering, your plants start drooping. Usually the droopy leaves will feel firm and appear curled down (the whole leaf will be curled, not just the tips, which is often a sign of nitrogen toxicity). With overwatered cannabis plants, you may also notice Chlorosis (leaf yellowing that is similar to a nitrogen deficiency)....
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Problem: If your plant is drooping, then it's usually a sign of either over or under-watering. Cannabis Underwatering Symptoms drooping (plants often get better after being watered) leaves often seem "papery" and thin because they don't have any water inside them. (This is opposed to overwatering where the leaves often feel bloated and "fat" from all the water...
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