hello. my name is rick, and a friend of mine(that sounds kind of cheesy, but it really is from a friend of mine)asked me this question,that i didn’t an answer for, and i’ve been growing since 1977..anyway he had some extremely rare and hard to get genetics, that were 20 years old. we managed to get a few of them germinated, and to actually flourish. but durind the 2nd week of flower, he had a timer malfunction and 1 of his light didnt shut off until they had gotten 14 hours of light. well as expected, they morphed on him, every single one as well as the rest of the room. his question was what if you took clones from a mother that was a hermorphadite. what can you expect from the offspring. arte they automatically gonna be morphs also. im inclined to say no, but i have no proof of that. i appreciate it if you can give me an answer on this as soon as you can. i have a stake in this, as i taught this guy how to grow 7 or 8 years ago, and i can as many clones off this as i want. thanks
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3 new plants doing good but the 4 th has curled leaves and hasn’t grown much. Can I save the 4th? Mike
Can I save the fourth plant?
She may or may not recover. Treat her very carefully.
Don’t move her and don’t over water. Also just very little fertilizer.
hI jACK! Started out with 3 plants. 2 plants were male so i removed. my female however isn’t doing so well her leaves are green but life to them just hanging and curling up. in the following pictures youll see the female and the picture with all three plants my female is far right taken almost 3 weeks ago. im also including a picture of the bloom fertilizer ive used which i noticed is only 0-0-1 so no nitrogen could this be my problem. im also concerned when i transplanted her to her new gallon pot from the paper cup she was in that i may have caused some root trauma because she doesnt seeem to consume the water very quickly. thanks for your help. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/1da9d9a139e8fab24c8703070116ac4c637995e26c28dc6af8ebeb7b025c2b0d.jpg https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/6cbfb525ebc6b15f04534d4615fc7633c5ff8620d20211115f506d5b003312a8.jpg https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/ebe0883b61775e68a2bc50e95abda981c55685a3bf11733bfe0c7f73386d2d80.jpg https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/ae00073dfb97d72d43c645224f4ea9163b107189d807275027f2aae486b31a0c.jpg https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/b2a56aa19e21a88b6940adbee2c6328b26d0de68ddb509b7d2a74eb24f9a76ec.jpg https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/62d90b30c90001761e30dded4183f1b7bb6997317041b7465503df8ba34a95b6.jpg
thanks for the photos.
Yes, the leafs of your female are hanging, something is not right.
The fertilizer you are using is not really fertilizer. Its an additive to make buds bigger and juicier.
It is meant to be given in addition to a full fertilizer.
I recommend to buy another fertilizer, for example Flora Nova Bloom (https://www.how-to-marijuana.com/marijuana-fertilizer.html)
But the problem is not caused by the fertilizer.
This could be root damage during re-potting, as you said.
Were any roots ripped off?
also, make sure they are not over watered. They should not stand in a puddle.
She is recovering now and won’t drink as much.
You can only wait and hope she is ok. She may recover.