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robnsi

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hey all. cuurrently experiencing problems with our little lady!

after the transplant shes been actin all weird :S at first we thought we'd over water'd her, then after dryin out for 1 night it looked alot better. then the day after shes wilted again :S :S :S

the colour is a dark green. we have 4x energy saving 20w CFL shining down on her, do you think it'll be the light factor?

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unoit

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HIGH All, just leaf the little one alone for a few days and see if it perks up..your lights..they could be better, but they'll work.

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A shot of B1 complex is always a good idea when transplanting. Canna also carries a great root damage stimulator called Rhizone or something like that. I imagine the B1 is cheaper. Dutchmaster products are rather expensive. Plus, I just dont have trust in those jerks. After the superbud pesticide thing I steer clear of them but some growers I know have used the product above with excellent results. Be sure you have some air moving in there. Flo's can get warm enough to damage foliage. When plants wilt I look first at the heat. Both ambient and rootzone. A hot rootzone can reek havoc on a plant quickly. Second thing I do is back off the lamps if a plant is in trouble. Mj is a pretty tough character. I bet she bounces right back. gm714

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its the amont of water u need to keep track of.you can up the amont or lower it by a ounce at a time,plant will let u know wat direction to go,it will look better. see this http://www.overgrow.com/growfaq/1470 on the amont of water he used on transplant. .. .. moon/


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