Plants Sagging?? (pics)

Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by godsgift7, Mar 26, 2013.

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    godsgift7

    godsgift7 Member

    Hey guys, just got some clones from the dispensary. Picked up God's Gift and Roadkill Skunk. Both are sagging. I don't know whether its due to under watering or overwatering or just stress from planting them or another factor? What do you guys think? Oh and I'm growing outdoor in 10 gallon buckets with ocean forest soil. THANKS!
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    Dontae

    Dontae New Member

    Looks alot like over watering. How often do you water and what soil are you using?
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    tusseltussel

    tusseltussel Well-Known Member

    how big of a root ball did they have???? tits sag....plants wilt
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    Coho

    Coho Well-Known Member

    Shock..your temps there?
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    godsgift7

    godsgift7 Member

    I'm using ocean forest soil and I planted them Saturday and watered them that day and today. The root ball was roughly a 2" x 2" x 2" cube. I'm in southern Cali and it's been about 70° highs and 52° lows. Thanks for the feedback
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    roidrage152

    roidrage152 Active Member

    looks like overwatering to me, i mean if the dirt is wet, you know it isnt underwatering, however the plants look the same over or under-watered. If you just transplanted, that means there is alot of dirt without roots in it just holding water. You could expect there to be a significant amount of time between needing to water it. I do a big transition 1 gallon to 15 gallon pots. After the initial drench of the dirt when i transplant, I've had well over a week go by and the dirt still be too wet to water again. If you stick your finger in the dirt and feel wetness, it doesnt need watering yet.
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    Coho

    Coho Well-Known Member

    Can you put a clead plastic bag over em until new roots? They may want higher humidity.
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    godsgift7

    godsgift7 Member

    What would the process be for using the plastic bag to raise the humidity? Should I mist the plants and have the bag over them?
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    roidrage152

    roidrage152 Active Member

    Any kind of loose clear plastic covering should be fine to keep the warmth and humidity in. Just make sure to remove it like twice a day and let them air out a bit to prevent mold or rot. Once they are rooted, then you can do without the covering as it could probably do more harm than good.
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    godsgift7

    godsgift7 Member

    Thanks a lot for the advice guys. I'll throw the bags on the and let u guys know. In a couple days. PS. On a side note what are you guys doing to deal with pests. My cat pissed and shit in mine lol. So I had to transplant one if the other plants I have. Little bastard lol
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    *BUDS

    *BUDS Well-Known Member

    Thats right they are severly shocked from always being indoor to out in the sun/elements. Has it been extra cold or warm ? harden off in future, in time they might recover dont know.
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    godsgift7

    godsgift7 Member

    its been pretty cloudy and shitty outside. temps are on average 70=75 and 54 at night but i put them in my garage at night
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    Heresmokethis

    Heresmokethis Member

    Damn teenagers and their saggy plants. Look like hoodlums they do. That Justin Feebler started it I tell ya. Pull yer damn plants up!
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    godsgift7

    godsgift7 Member

    ^ like that helps me.
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    Heresmokethis

    Heresmokethis Member

    Suck it dude....just suck my fucking cock right now. You either cant take a joke or didn't recognize it was one. Shut the fuck up before I eslap the shit outta you....hehe...I feel much better now....carry on. The rest of you can thank me for your daily chuckle later. I take checks, seeds or dried herbs.
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    tusseltussel

    tusseltussel Well-Known Member

    you can go into your settings and put people on Ignore so you don't have to look at there posts.... Is the plant still wilting
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    Heresmokethis

    Heresmokethis Member

    lol at captain save-a-ho
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    Heresmokethis

    Heresmokethis Member

    ban! ban! get upset! scream! admin! admin! wah!
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    godsgift7

    godsgift7 Member

    No one is upset lol. It just didn't help me any. I need some answers on how to get these plants healthy again. There aren't so much wilting anymore. But they are starting to have brown spots towards the back of the leave. Ill be able to post some pictures up a little later.
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    Southerner

    Southerner Active Member

    The girls look cold to me, 54 at night is pretty severe for some strains.

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