Neglected :(

Discussion in 'Sick Plants and Problems' started by richjkl, Sep 4, 2007.

  1. (Crossposted from general outdoor growing)

    I'm a newbie grower, only just started getting interested, but a few months back my brother said he was going to be planting some weed out in the forest. I didn't really care at the time, though I wish I had been, because now he's complaining about how small the plants are.

    Essentially he just planted them in the dirt and got rid of the males. He hasn't really given them much water or nutrients, so I'm wondering if there's anything I can do to try and save them in these last couple months before harvest.
  2. Not enough memory to view pics.

    The fine city members will help.

  3. I went out and bought some Jack's Classic fertilizer (20-20-20), and also have access to some bat guano, and used coffee grinds. I figure I'll only use a half teaspoon of fertilizer, but I don't know if I should mix in the bat guano, coffe grinds, and some potting soil. I don't want to overfeed them, but I want to be able to see if I can get anything decent out of them by the time harvest rolls around. Any suggestions?
  4. hey rich. im no expert, hell im finishing up a botched grow that left me 2 clones flowering that are 4 inches tall hehe. atleast 4 hrs of direct sunlight, some food and a little tlc and you should get them back, hopefully in time for them to mature. good luck man. peace, e :bongin:
  5. coffee grinds are a very slow release form of nitrogen, start off with your 20-20-20 ferts mixed @ 1/4 recommended strength, watch the plants for the next few days for signs of growth or burn

    and adjust your ferts stronger next feeding to 50% recommended strength, if the plant didnt show any signs of burns

    whats the NPK values of the bat guano?

    do your plants get any direct sunight? or was it a bad day when you took the pics

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