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eplsoccer7

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so i just transplanted 9 clones that were in rockwool into pots and i left the rockwool on bc i presummed thats what you do. and i have them a couple inches from 2 4ft flouros and half are looking very droopy. do i need to water more or are they still in shock from the transplant?? i think i took the propper steps but i feel that i may loose some of them. light is on 24/7 with a light fan. what should i do??
 

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what it the humidity of the grow room where you have the clones because it could be that the humidity is not high enough.
do you have a hiumidty dome or something.
is the water ph balanced?
 

LdyLunatic

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could be from transplanting....can you get pics?
 

eplsoccer7

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here is a pic...i dont know the level of humidity..going out to buy something that will tell me it..ima complete newb at this so thanks for the help.

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were the clones well rooted ??..
 

eplsoccer7

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yes they were rooted fairly well...just put a temp/humidity gauge in there so ill post the reading when its well adjusted.
 

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