Dying clone? Please help....

Discussion in 'Sick Plants and Problems' started by Numbness2005, Aug 9, 2011.

  1. #1 Numbness2005, Aug 9, 2011
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    Hi can any one tell me is it normal for a clone to look this droopy she's been in soil for 48 hours now I've covered her with clear plastic bag to try and keep humidity up. I've place her on my windowsill but in the shade.... Is she dying or do they all do this....?
     

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  2. Please anyone i really dont want to lose this plant....
     
  3. Idk dude, someone help this guy out!!! Keep it under constant light?
     
  4. Please anyone i really dont want to lose this plant....
     
  5. Do you have a clear plastic Tupperware container or an ice cream bucket...something like that to keep over it. A plastic bag isn't a very good idea because it will smother it. You could even put it in any container with plastic wrap across the top with a few tiny holes pocked in it.

    This is how I keep my clones....under a plastic tub with a CFL on top. Spray the inside of the dome with water the first couple days to keep things humid. I used to spray the clones themselves but ended up with mold problems. It works best to just spray the dome.
     

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  6. #6 Numbness2005, Aug 9, 2011
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    Like this right? Is a 20 watt cfl ok? Not sure what spectrum it is I just took it from the landing....
     

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  7. Yeah, that's perfect. As the plant starts perking up and getting stronger, you can move the light closer and add another. But that should keep your plant way happier. Hopefully it will perk up. That's a pretty big cutting. I usually take ones that are a few inches long. Maybe 4-6. The bigger the cutting, the harder it is for the plant to stay alive while it grows roots.
     
  8. Excellent thank you mate! I just hope she pulls through.....
     

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