Plant falling over

Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by thenextlevel, Dec 17, 2007.

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    thenextlevel

    thenextlevel Active Member

    yesterday morning before i left for work i checked on my 1 week old seedlings. gave them both a nice squirt from a spray bottle and left for work. when i came home one of the seedlings was just laying down in her pot.
    so i staked her up with a paper clip and then this morning i woke up to find it laying on the dirt again... the leaves are still green, and its at a tilt now from laying in the soil so much. it's still alive. but what is happening to this? and the other one is fine.
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    fdd2blk

    fdd2blk POW Staff Member

    can you replant them? bury them up to the first set of leaves. sounds like they are stretching for the light.
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    thenextlevel

    thenextlevel Active Member

    thats what i've done now thanks. i could practically see the root coming out of the dirt after further examining.
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    afr0h0lic420

    afr0h0lic420 Active Member

    Yeah your plants just needed to be replanted...This happened to my boys plants, they stretch for light so make sure the lights are at a safe distance or your plants will uproot again. Best of Luck
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    Loaded258

    Loaded258 Active Member

    tell me how this worked out because my plant is falling over too.:?
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    FrostickZero

    FrostickZero Well-Known Member

    1 - Lack of water
    2 - Streched to much
    3 - needs to be transplanted
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    Cujo4567

    Cujo4567 Member

    When im growing my plants outside and there still falling over, do i need to replant them, if so wats the best way to transfer the plants i dont want to kill them there bout 2 feet tall and wide
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    fdd2blk

    fdd2blk POW Staff Member

    that's getting kinda big to replant. you need to stake them at this point. :joint:
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    EarlyMisty#1

    EarlyMisty#1 Active Member

    just get some metal wire (old coathanger and make a 90 degree right angle to the ground so it stays in the ground and put the loop round the plant, and it should naturally get stronger over time then remove it

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