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sebino started grow question 4 years ago
Hi guys, the plant is giving signs of recovery. This is what I did: took it out of the soil and washed roots with demin. water ph around 6.5. Put back into soil in a small pot. I think it is a week behind schedule. What do you think? Do I keep it? Another seed in the big pot.
Poison XL Auto
4 weeks
Poison XL Auto sebino
Green Poison Auto®
10 comments · 4 years ago
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The_Projexx answered grow question 4 years ago
I'd say keep it , cannabis plants are really really resilient man they will come back in a hurry haha . The leaves that I see that are affected are going to fall off or eventually be cut off anyways . You did well by taking out washing the roots and placing it in new medium . But 100% i wouldnt give up on her yet she will thrive to be a fine young lady ! The new growth seems to be coming out green and thats a great sign ! I would keep her . Take it as a learning experience so you dont repeat the same thing next time . In order to make her heal faster you could add a chelation agent and a rooting compound to the medium this way your roots can heal and develop quicker as well as the chelation agent acts like a smoothie after you work out it will help fix the plants cells and cell walls promoting new growth quicker :) I hope this serves you well on your journey to become and cannabis master ! - Happy Growing!
mad_scientist answered grow question 4 years ago
Hello @sebino ! Keep what? Of course don't keep it and germinate a new one. It's a three week auto with just two tiny healthy leaves ( seriously it doesn't worth it not a little bit ). Happy growing on your new one ! :facepunch:
Mrs_Larimar answered grow question 4 years ago
Hi Sebino, well my News are not so nice. That plant will stay humble. Automatics have special needs. My advices for your next Automatic will be
After Germination into the Final POt. (min 11l) The pot should be filled with fuffy own mixed soil, or Prefertilised Soilmixes ( Biobizz, Plagron).The watering is to be done the best way with a Shotglass (2-4cl) so you cant overwater her. A small seedling in that stage dont needs more than 2-4 cl (20-40 ml) every 2 days. If you are prepared like that you will have nice and healthy Automaticplants.I will add some information more in the COmments. Have fun
CRiSPrGrow answered grow question 4 years ago
to be honest i can recover, but it's really stressed by all the transplanting and burning. Since you put it in another small pot this one could be transplanted again before it's too late. Beyond that rhizotonic really helps with the transplant shocks, just make sure you've got the right PH and follow the wet dry cycle very strictly, it could bounce back, but the best is just straight drop into a big pot and start again just plain water for the seedling stage. Good luck my friend.
Removed answered grow question 4 years ago
Keep it. But be very careful with how much and how often you water. For a seedling a cup of water is enough for 5 days or so. Looking at your previous weeks, you has an over watering issue.