PLANT IN SHOCK..PLEASE HELP!!!!

Discussion in 'Plant Problems' started by IMPALACHIK67, Aug 4, 2013.

  1. IMPALACHIK67

    IMPALACHIK67 Registered

    CAN ANYONE HELP PLEASE? STORY IS I PLANTED IN APRIL AND PLANT WAS DOING GREAT...UNTIL SOMEONE TRIED TO STEAL IT SO MY SISTER DECIDED TO LEAVE IT IN THE GARAGE WITH VERY LITTLE LIGHT FOR MAYBE 3 DAYS. THEY WENT INTO SHOCK AND NOW SOME LEAVES ARE DRIED AND THE OTHERS ARE STILL BEAUTIFUL. WHAT CAN I DO? ANOTHER QUESTION IS SHOULD THEY BE OUTSIDE ALL THE TIME BECAUSE THE SUN BEATS DOWN ON THEM PRETTY HARD WHERE THEY ARE OR WHAT CAN I DO? THIS IS MY FIRST TIME GROWING SO I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW MORE ON GROWING.

    WHAT CAN I DO NOW THAT THEY WENT INTO SHCOK?
    HOW MUCH SUNLIGHT DO THEY NEED?
    WHEN WILL THEY START BUDDING NOW THAT THEY WENT INTO SHOCK (planted in April)?

    thank you

    I WILL UPLOADS PICS TOMARROW.
     
  2. Burnt Toast

    Burnt Toast Registered+

    Would you mind please to not type in all-caps? In the cyberworld, typing in all-caps means that youre shouting, and nobody here is eye-deaf. Thanks.
     
    Last edited: Aug 4, 2013
  3. Shovelhandle

    Shovelhandle Registered+

    No shock, just a rest period. I don't know what else is going on with the plant but the 'time out' should have any negative effects in the long run. I've seen a couple of clones I gifted transplanted right into a bag of (god forbid!) MG and set in a Land Rover with dark tinted windows for weeks. They survived and are now doing very well.
     

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