I have few chilli plants in a medium sized pot. Last few days I could notice some of the leaves are curling downwards and there is no color change. I am unable to find other issues in the plant. I could see few leaves in the plant is like that and rest of the plants seems to be all good in the same pot. Can you please make me understand as what is the problem with my plant. And the plant is just one month old and there are no flowers right now.
There are a number of different possibility's that would explain what you are seeing and have shown here in these pictures; including something as simple as the time of day.
Here are my top three guesses:
- Over watering: Drooping leaves, curling downward from the stem to the tip.
The solution here is obvious; decrease your watering scheduled and or give the plant more sunlight.
- Phosphorus Deficiency: Lower leaves look dark green or bluish and appear shiny. May have splotches that look brown or bronze. Affected leaves curl downward.
A possible solution is to add a bone meal based supplement: LINK
- Nitrogen Deficiency: Lower leaves look yellow and become soft and curl inward. May then turn brown before falling off.
A possible solution is to add a nitrogen fertilizing compound: LINK
Currently I do not believe the plant is in any harm but with that being said I would suggest you slightly decrease the amount of water your chili plants are receiving (very slight) at first in order to eliminate it as the most likely culprit. Assuming of course that there are no bugs or other symptoms you haven't mentioned.