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Wilting Plants


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mhuggart

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I really need help!

I transplanted 3 clones from soil to rockwool yesterday (sunday). They all had no roots after i removed all the soil, so i cut the bottom of the stems through the middle. I put rooting gel on them. The rockwool cubes were pre-soaked in 5.5 ph water.

After transferring them to the grow box they immediately starting wilting. I thought this was due to over-watering so i sucked out most of the water from the cubes. I have kept them in a humidity dome and they are not looking better.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

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^correct.


you can counteract this process by misting the leaves with water, maintaining a high RH to alleviate the water evaporating out of the stomata so quickly.


your clones need to be in a more humid area.


and you also dont want to apply too much rooting hormone - it is possible to get hormone burn (just like nute burn). im not saying they wont root, but they may not take as quickly as youde like.


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