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Discussion in 'Sick Plants & Problems' started by Vow, Jul 9, 2018.

  1. Jul 9, 2018 #1

    Vow

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    I really need some help I picked these clones about a month ago and they were going great I use rooting powder and started them just in plastic cups and they grew to a good size I recently transplanted them maybe 3 days ago and I got up this morning and looked at them and noticed they had dark spot Sandra droopy I thought it was dirt and try to rinse it off lately with a misting hose but it never came off in the bad bad looking plant the droopy one was sticking all together when it got wet. The soil that I used when I transplanted them I took from one of the full grown plants that I am currently drying I believe this looks like a mold problem but possibly maybe a newt burn. can anybody please help with possibly bringing these plants back to life there are two other ones that have similar. Spots but are still green I put them back under the LED light. The mother plants are almost ready to be dried and cured they have maybe another 2 weeks but the Clones are looking rough I have eight clones in total and five or six of them have what looks like severe mold or burn please help help is needed very bad thank you and keep growing my friends.
     

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  2. Jul 10, 2018 #2

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    Have you scoped the underside of the leaves affected for bugs?
     
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    looks to me like their burning up. That soil might be to hot. Did you figure it out? How they doing?
     
  5. Jul 25, 2018 #5

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    That looks like the roots have been damaged, either by too hot of soil (which can happen with cuttings that aren't well rooted. they are like seedlings for the first week after rooting, easy to burn them), or you may have damaged the roots when you transplanted them. You have to be careful when transplanting. I have found that it is easier to transplant when the root ball is getting dry, as this causes the medium and root ball to shrink some so that it is easier to remove them from containers without damaging roots. I water them in after setting in new pots. I soak them good so that they settle in well.

    I would not use soil from other plants for rooting cuttings. I would use soilless medium like coco coir or un-amended organic soil that has little nutrient in it. I only give water with very small amount of nutrients and root hormone for the first 1-2wks until I see new growth. Then I bump the nutes to about 300-400ppm to get them started. Once they take off I bump nutes up. With soil/organic medium things are done a little different but the process is the same.
     
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    Thanks everyone two of the plans did not make it I'm sorry to say I do have three that are blooming now I just posted a new thread on them. I'm looking for ways to keep them healthy so they can get bigger and stronger the four weeks into bloom now
     

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