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I feel, they are drooping due to one or more of the following reasons.
1. Roots got disturbed while planting and they are recovering. ( if they are newly planted/repotted. ) They will appear fresh in the morning/night but in the noon they will droop. Provide some shade. They will pickup
2. Not enough water near the root zone. FIX: Water them thoroughly.
3. Excess fertilizer is causing them to lose water. FIX: Water them thoroughly.
4. Root rot, and they are unable to draw water.FIX: Gently inspect the roots by removing some top soil to see if there are root rot symptoms.
Was there a recent fertilizer application?
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