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    Transplanted 4 days ago.

    Only given ph balanced water once since transplant 4 days ago.

    RH 57% and temp 70.

    Leaves are curling downward and upward and getting hard and crispy.
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    Mate

    Looks like a little stem rot that is recovering as I see new happy growth just give her a bit of time and try to keep water away from that area.

    Wait for some one more experienced but that’s my thought

    Good luck

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    All of these problems have happened in the last four days after transplant? That stem looks bad mate, what happened there?

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    They have been progressing o we the past 4 days but were already slightly starting to do this before transplant. I just noticed the stem today, I'm not sure what happened to that one
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    I can't see that stem going the distance, if it were me I would lose the plant
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    Quote Originally Posted by M_C View Post
    I can't see that stem going the distance, if it were me I would lose the plant
    I would agree mate, she isn't flowering, she isn't too old, strat again. That stem could kick off again at anytime, don't risk it, just start again mate, keep better airflow around the bottom of the plants next time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macky View Post
    I would agree mate, she isn't flowering, she isn't too old, strat again. That stem could kick off again at anytime, don't risk it, just start again mate, keep better airflow around the bottom of the plants next time
    That stem is only on one of the plants. My real concern is the leaves on all the others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ntondola View Post
    That stem is only on one of the plants. My real concern is the leaves on all the others.
    This is the problem with close up pics... we don't know how many plants, if all are affected & how badly

    I actually thought it was a single plant from the way you spoke about it & the pics

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    My mistake. Knowing now that the leaves are different plants what would your thoughts be?

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    TBH it looks possible N toxicity. What soil are you using & before you up-potted them, were they fed?

    Do you have a group pic of them mate?

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    [QUOTE=M_C;1070932123]TBH it looks possible N toxicity. What soil are you using & before you up-potted them, were they fed?

    I don't gave a pic at the moment but they've only been getting ph balances a two for the past 2 weeks

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    Also the soil I was using was happy frog. They haven't had nutrient in 2 weeks so I mixed up some grow big and cal mag at half strength as almost all the lower leaves are yellowing. Will keep a close eye and flush if symptoms worsen. Also...how does one go about flushing a fabric pot. I'm worried about drowning them if I do have to flush.

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