This plant was treated poorly since day one. It was left in a humidity dome for too long but somehow it's still alive. It became very moist and her sisters died. I'm doing my best to keep this one alive.
This brown coloration does not hint at a fungal issue caused by the humidity dome being on too long. My first reaction when I see things like this is a viral issue. Any ideas?
Hard to say from a distance ... but the marking is typical of too much root moisture. Fungus' and virus' are thoughts too far at this stage. Frankly I think that if your plant has survived this far then for sure it will survive.
Assume you have taken it out of the humidity. Don't be afraid to water and feed if yr grow material is well drained. Make sure yr grow material is draining well. Needs plenty of light now ...
Good Luck ...
"Life is ... a Continuum ... with no Beginning and no End. It is not going Somewhere ... it is always Here." Osho
At the moment they are in a very loose organic seed starter mix by the company Espoma. It is peat moss, perlite, peat humus, earthworm castings, and limestone (for pH). I have been adding pure water because it should have everything it needs for early life already.
So I'll keep on fighting for the things I want,
Though I know that when you're dead you're gone.
But I'd rather be a free man in my grave,
Than living as a puppet or a slave.
So as soon as the sun
I'm gonna get my share of
And then the harder they come ,
The harder they fall,
One and all.
Originally Posted by Harry Lime
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