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Old 12-30-2017, 08:22 PM #1
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Is this little one have chance to survive?

Sprout yesterday leaves doesn't want to open and looks yellow. it's looks like seed stay in embryo phase. Stem is straight up and green.

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Give it time to open up.
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Old 12-31-2017, 07:58 PM #3
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I have had some seedlings like this. Some of them just stayed like that for weeks, and nothing happened, some other started growing after one week or even longer. If it's a valuable seed, you can wait and see what happens, if it isn´t, just start again with another seed (most sick seedlings lead to sick plants aswell, in my experience).
(Sidenote, when I had problems with microscopic acari, I had similar problems with 3 plants in a row.)
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R.I.P. poor seedling. Have only stem right now.
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R.I.P. poor seedling. Have only stem right now.
Sorry to hear. Some seeds are just not vibrant. Hope next run, a better outcome! Hang in there, do another!
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Maybe it will push shot but this kind of born plants need more time..

tough i dont sees picture very clear,could be also terminal case where she dont survive
and just dryes out after some time..
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It is a hemp variety grown for stems, it is doing fine....
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Sometimes the inner endosperm layer is not shed with the seed coat and envelopes the cotyledons keeping them from opening. Gentle nudging with a toothpick or such can help to remove it. Also getting it moist by misting can help the process.

If it’s not removed it’s almost like the seedling strangles itself. I’ve even gone as far as delicately snipping the very ends of the cotyledons off to help get a better shot at removing the membrane. Have to be careful to not snap the seedling or the cotyledons off though.
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1st pic, media looks over watered

EDIT: and whats with all those roots lying all around?
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