Hi! I’ve had my fiddle for 8 months now. it’s been doing well after the first month of my learning curve. i even rescued another fiddle and brought it back to life. It’s thriving as well. My original one (the 8 mo old) in the last two days just started drooping. There are 2 stems in the pot and the little one dropped a pretty green healthy looking leaf. The two new leaves on top are the droopy ones. They never did grow very big like it’s sibling’s new leaves a few inches away. So maybe that was a red light. Anyway, I water the plant about every 2 weeks. I make sure the moisture meter says 3-4 before i run water through the whole plant, let it drain overnight and they put it back in it’s home. I didn’t fertilize (fiddle leaf fig plant food) it often over the winter as I read that it’s dormant and doesn’t need it. Since it’s gotten warm in SE texas now, I’ve fertilized it a day or so after the watering so that the fertilizer would absorb and not get washed away. I hope this was right. It’s been sprouting new leaves very consistently. Now all of a sudden i’ve got droopy leaves. I took it outside and tried to inspect the roots to see if there as any rotting. They all looked the same to me! Nothing that stood out as rotting. I broke off a small piece of one and it appeared healthy. Not soft or squishy. Not sure what i’m looking for. I let it all dry out for a while outside and brought it back in before bed. The moisture meter said 5 before the root inspection and this morning after letting it dry out a bit last night it said 4. I put the plant outside this morning to dry it out more. Although, it’s warm and humid so not sure how much it’ll dry. But i do know they like heat/humidity and i’ve read here that putting them outside sometimes helps cure a lot. Well, now the big sister stem has leaves starting to wilt too!! I’m so sad. Does this seem like root rot? There aren’t brown spots. Just the wilting. I will receive the new root rot formula today but I’m afraid to water it. Does this sound like pest infestation? I appreciate any guidance. I’ve never been a green thumb and i’ve been so excited to have kept my fiddles alive and healthy for this long! I have a strange emotional attachment to them now!