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I think I killed one of my ladies

stoneotter

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West Hippie

Grow Journal of the Month: June 2020
That thumbnail pic won’t let me see the whole plant on my iPhone. What I can see looks like it was a very healthy girl
 

The Phantom

Well-Known Member
Fine I’ll ask it, how much are you actually watering and how frequent? Over and under watering look fairly similar, at least from a small photo taken at a distance on my phone. When you say two days going on like this, what happened on the day before this started happening? Was that your watering day which leads you to suspect over watering?
 

MochaBud

Member of the Month: June 2020
I’m pretty sure it from over-watering but open to hear any suggestions on how to save her
Aside from the ones like preying mantis, nothing out of ordinary. I watered the surrounding area, then feed her like normal. It’s going on day 2 since she’s been droopy.
Fine I’ll ask it, how much are you actually watering and how frequent? Over and under watering look fairly similar, at least from a small photo taken at a distance on my phone. When you say two days going on like this, what happened on the day before this started happening? Was that your watering day which leads you to suspect over watering?
Hey :ciao: that was going to be my question @The Phantom :19::popcorn:
 

The Phantom

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I probably learned it from you. “The circle is now complete. When I met you I was but the learner. Now, I am the master.” :19:

Actually, I’m no where near that level yet but I’m definitely a sponge for the knowledge you and the others spill for the rest of us to soak up and try to pay it forward as best as I can.
 

MochaBud

Member of the Month: June 2020
I probably learned it from you. “The circle is now complete. When I met you I was but the learner. Now, I am the master.” :19:

Actually, I’m no where near that level yet but I’m definitely a sponge for the knowledge you and the others spill for the rest of us to soak up and try to pay it forward as best as I can.
:19::19::green_heart::green_heart: ...Ahh they need to let us hit more than 1 option on liking a post...cuz that was worthy :19: and probably truer than you think...about becoming a master I mean...some people catch on faster than others :thumb:
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The Phantom

Well-Known Member
Alright enough of the sappy stuff :19: let’s see if @J Wills is around to figure out what’s happening to this beautiful plant of theirs.
 

MochaBud

Member of the Month: June 2020
Alright enough of the sappy stuff :19: let’s see if @J Wills is around to figure out what’s happening to this beautiful plant of theirs.
I'm guessing it's getting over watered massively :nerd-with-glasses: because not only does he think he's doing that, but just how much rain has been getting on those uncovered girls as well :hmmmm::popcorn:
 

J Wills

Active Member
We're them by any means transplanted there recently? Cause that's what it looks like to me.
Hey all- thanks for all the responses. So I transplanted around week 5, I’m now around week 12. Had a few hiccups here and there but these 2 ladies took off in a healthy way. I feed them 1gal with a mix of molasses/ term tea every other day. Vermisoil medium. They get pretty good sun- I watered the surrounding area one day and then watered both plants. The next day one lady went down for the count. So my initial inquiry is how do I save her. Or is the plant savable.? That’s all.. thanks for reminding me to stop watering,, I mean I did drown the plant.
 

The Phantom

Well-Known Member
She’s salvageable just needs to dry out a bit the next few days until she comes back around.
 
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