Fuck table salt!!!!

Discussion in 'Sick Plants and Problems' started by PRIDEoCUCAMONGA, Feb 14, 2009.

  1. so i told my buddy who i'm growing with that we needed to give our kali mist plant a foliar spray of epsom salt, aka magnesium sulfate, in a 2% solution because the plant was suffering from a magnesium deficiency. what he used instead was TABLE SALT. he applied the spray right as the light was turning off (the plant is still veging). the results were apparent as soon as the light came on 6 hours later. I've given it a couple sprays of plain water to try to flush out the salt but most of the fan leaves are still over halfway covered in a rusty brown. is there anything i can do to repair my baby or should i just let time and nature take its course?

    please help
  2. Sounds like you need to find a different partner....keep spraying the leaves with plain water, but do so when they are cool. It shouldn't actually kill them, but it may halt growth for a while. It wouldn't hurt to wipe the leaves with a soft damp sponge either. The faster you can get the residue off the better.
  3. A little Super Thrive probably wouldn't hurt either.
  4. [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQggo3AfP30"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQggo3AfP30[/ame]
  5. ....HAHAHAHA! Exactly.
  6. ya the plant isnt dead, but a lot of the older fan leaves are. whats the rule for cutting fan leaves? if they're over 50% dead should i take them off?
  7. Yes..........

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