How long till my clones start regrowth

Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by jdj, Dec 19, 2009.

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    jdj

    jdj Member

    Hello all! I am a newbie. My clones got shocked somehow when I transplanted them from my cloner into my big hydro unit. They shriveled up, turned white and stopped growing. The main stem is still green and there has been a tiny tiny tiny bit of new growth on some of the larger plants since I added revive. i don't know whether to allow these guys more time to recover or scratch them and start new seedlings. It has already been two weeks since the transplant with hardly any signs of recovery. I did a water change out and introduced nutrients for the first time yesterday. Again, the main stem is green and basically all of the leaves are toast. I will take pics and post them ASAP. I am stressed b/c i don't have many seeds left and really need these to pull through.:cry: So, how long do you give a plant to recover before you axe it?
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    bobman

    bobman Well-Known Member

    wow, hydro ur first time without a mentor close by, i applaud the balls. get some pictures up.
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    bobman

    bobman Well-Known Member

    if i was u i would start with soil create a mother than take clones to hydro.
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    bobman

    bobman Well-Known Member

    i have saved some pretty bad off plants if there is green i think u can save them.
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    jdj

    jdj Member

    Hehe, I did, he went awol. Left me out in the cold. Here are pics. I have 4 larger plants and then like 5 smaller ones, and have provided a pic from each category.

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    ReelFiles

    ReelFiles Well-Known Member

    Ouch dude, I would try to salvage what you can and plant it in dirt for now. Then study a bit before jumping into a complex hydro system and wasting your seeds. I wouldn't kill any of them, if they die they die, but you'd be surprised what could recover with the proper care. Using clones for your hydro setup is a good idea.
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    High Time 420

    High Time 420 Well-Known Member

    O.p,

    Learn how to grow in soil first, then move to hydro.


    peace
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    jackdirty

    jackdirty New Member

    dirt it! inless u have a ton of common sense and a few extra bucks, and time to read.. then try growing in water ur gonna need a ph pen to start do u have one? what ur water temp look like? i like mine to be around 66 F somesay a little colder some say a little warmer each their own.. but a waterchiller isbestfor this or gatoradebottles work great too but ull be changing itout 2-3 times a day depending on ur ventilation and what not..
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    jackdirty

    jackdirty New Member

    oh gatorade bottles filled with frooze water just incase you get any weird ideas like putting gatorade in it... lol :)
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    jdj

    jdj Member

    Thank you for replying. I don't understand why all are telling me to put them in dirt. i think they would really die then. These clones have been in the aero cloning machine their whole life and are now in the big aero. These are 1st gen clones from plant I grew from seed. I have never used dirt, this is my 2nd go around (the first being the plants i took these clones from) I do have a natural green thumb and have gotten great help from a couple of other sources even though my main one has gone silent. I did try to move a couple of my original boys into soil and they died right away. All my clones are girls, they seem to be coming back, just really slowly. Do you think that their growth is forever stunted or will they bounce back into normal growing time? :confused:
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    jdj

    jdj Member

    Oh yes, I do have a ph pen. i don't have a ppm though, it is on the list.:weed:

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