Hey everyone, love this forum. I've read many grow guides, and I thought that I had a pretty good handle on my plants. This is my first grow, so I'm learning as I go. Currently growing 4 plants of an unknown strain (though I'm pretty sure they are some kind of Incida based on the size of the leaves). Thus far into the life cycle, about 7 weeks, they've looked very good, nice color, nice size, strong leaves and stems. But in the last few days I've been noticing the leaves near the bottom becoming quite lifeless. I fear that I may have overwatered a few days ago, could this be causing the problem, and what's the easiest way to remedy that? I also haven't had any ventilation in the room for a week, because my old fan broke and I'm waiting to purchase a new one, so I'm very worred about root rot. So, my two questions are: How to remedy drooping leaves, and if I have rot, are the plants still savable? Thanks for your help guys, sorry if this is too much of a noobie question, but like I've said, I read many growing guides/videos and can't seem to find an answer to this problem.