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bluntman

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:eek: okay i had 4 heavy duty fruity clones in rockwool they were doing fine just a couple yellowin leaves but otherwizee thrivin and ******* i wake up the other day and even my healthiest one was drooped as **** i transferd the clones from the rockwool into soil and the 3 are doing better but are now gettin burnt leavez is that nute burnn? do u think thee droopin was from overwaterin in rockwool..yeaah also im gettin hELLaa white spots on mah clones leaves all over

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LdyLunatic

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drooping doesn't sound good....but the yellowing is normal for the lower leaf...

are there any roots showing at all before you transplanted?
 

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oh yeah hella roots man
but mostly in rrock wool so when i transplanted i split the rockwool apart i dint damage the roots 2 bad either :confused:
 

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i split the rockwool apart i dint damage the roots 2 bad either
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you've damaged the roots, tearing apart the RW. That is most likely the cause of the wilting. The simple shock of the handleing/moving involved in transplanting is stressfull enough, 'ripping' those roots apart only magnified it. Transplants should be performed with as little root damage as is possible.
 

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fucken things are gay they are getting these yellow spots on the leafs and in big groups lol and the tips of some leaves are liek completely yellow from spots :'( *** is that lol
 

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