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      Default Can these be saved?

      Or should I just chop em down and try to do what I can with what I've got. Here's the scoop:

      I KNOW I have not grown these the way they should have. As explained before I did not intend to keep these this long. They just kinda grew on me hehe and so here they are, in the wrong soil (Miracle Grow self feeding), in pots that are too large, with hardly any perlite no super soil or epsom salt or any of the things wonderful for flowering. In fact this is what was expected to happen if I grew under those conditions...and so it has. The question is..in spite of all this can they still be saved?

      My husband was oh so helpful (ain't he sweet) and kinda watered them for me when i was gone. Only once but I think it was once too many. There ARE fungus gnats about..only a few though hardly any at all but even a few is a sign of root rot. right?

      So I think they are suffering form nute burn, root rot and who knows what else. The leaves that have already falled off and are NOT in the pictures were spiral curled at the tips and the tips on the current ones are drying and frying like bacon.

      First I'll post sickly shots of my star baby then follow with a stringbean/bonsia post.

      If there is anything that can be done...these are day 45 of flowering
      Last edited by ; 27th September 2006 at 07:01 AM.

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