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Gozariean

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I have these 4 babies going from seed for 3 weeks now but as you can see they have wilted 2 days ago. I am hand watering every other day 500ml until i transfer into my NFT trays. I missed a day watering as one looked particularly green and overfed so thought i would give them an extra day....should have just fed water. Been giving them a very light feed of 2ml per 500ml of Plant Magic A & B since they got strong enough but the missed day has been a mistake. I gave them another feed when i found them and as you can see only one has bounced back so far so now I have them back under a dome to try and increase the humidity. They are 2 Critical and 2 Candy Cheese so i would really like to have not to have wasted them....anything else I can maybe do and when should i give up on them? Many thanks

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63 lurkers but no replies.....the survivor is doing fine but the other 3 are still poorly.....top snapped off in a brittle way from one of the critical....still got all four on 18/6 under a T5 but it aint looking good....sad fukin face

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What do you want folk to say mate?. Rocket science it isn't

There's only one solution when something has dried out and thats to water it. Its then up to them, and its a lottery whether they will or won't survive as you are finding out

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Just looking for someone to say...its a bit of a lottery mate...and if they not recovered after maybe 2-3 days i'd bin them.

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It's a bit of a lottery mate....If they haven't picked up after a few days bin em.

In the meantime water only, little and often and maybe a good foliar soak if not too close to the light.

Good luck...

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