That plant will come around. It's young and tender. The roots are not established yet. Usually when you transplant it takes a little time for the plant to get used to it's new enviorment before you can notice. Actually plants shoud have 4-5 sets of leaves before transplant. FFOF is tops but, it is a hot soil fert wise so, don't give nutes for about 3 weeks and only if the plant needs it.
Have you been checking the ph of the runoff???...PH causes more than 90% of problems in plant health.
To much sun and lighting can cause leaves to bleach yellow and the leaf tips to turn brown. You can't recover but, you can avoid by not placing in direct sunlight for an extended period of time. Give it a couple hours of sunlight a day until it grows some and develops a good root structure.
Your doing the right thing by putting indoors under a cfl until it starts showing improvement.
the area I circled is the very top of plant, and what looked like the begining of another set of leaves but they are very small about the size of a match tip, and they are dry, deep green and completely shriveled and crunchy, I had to use a magnifying glass to give the description. is that set of leaves dead now or could it come back. I doubt it will.
I dont know whats up with this link it wont upload, but if you scroll up 5 posts, zoom in on 4th pic and look at the node area and u can see new growth.
but their is new growth at the 2 nodes on each side, 2 sets of leaves just starting to grow, almost microscopic, but they look healthy. thats a good sign I guess. I circled where u can actually see the new growth, and I put an X where there is new growth but u cant see in pic becuase its hidden by bigger leaf.
Edited by jason1901, 29 July 2010 - 11:49 PM.