Over watering is common during early stages of planting.  This mistake is usually made when watering in young seedlings or clones into fresh soil.  You will notice drooping leaves and slow, to no growth. To minimise seedling stress from over watering, ensure you pre-hydrate your soil as soon as you’ve filled your pot before planting anything into it.  Lightly and evenly water until pot feels heavier. If in a fabric pot, a good indicator of perfect soil hydration is when the bottom of the pot just starts to feel moist but not wet, on the back of your hand and container feels heavier when lifted. Once you have evenly hydrated your soil, plant seedling or clone and only lightly water for the purpose of settling rootball into new soil. Wait for healthy new growth and increase watering. Aim for even moisture and minimal to no run-off.