Advice on plant health please!!

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ChefLife420

ChefLife420

So a few weeks ago I was given some clones by my dad to grow since I lost all my seeds, they were doing great had a stretch of nice weather in maine decided to bring them out for some sun for a bit,transplanted them then had to bring them inside due to weather. A week or so ago one of my cats got in my room and chewed some if the plants up pretty bad, there starting to grow back though luckily just in rough shape, now I'm seeing alot of discolored leaves and general issues. I have them in about 20gal pots in fox farms ocean forest soil. I don't have any legit setup inside or fancy light just a strong florescent light I had just yesterday fed them iguana juice fertilizer only split a gallon between the four of them for the first time and added a tsp of nutes. I'm just looking for any help on how to fix the leave issues. I just started feeding them xtreme gardeneings mykos as well hoping that helps bounce the little ones back a little quicker. Any info orhelp is greatly appreciated!!
 
dire wolf

dire wolf

So a few weeks ago I was given some clones by my dad to grow since I lost all my seeds, they were doing great had a stretch of nice weather in maine decided to bring them out for some sun for a bit,transplanted them then had to bring them inside due to weather. A week or so ago one of my cats got in my room and chewed some if the plants up pretty bad, there starting to grow back though luckily just in rough shape, now I'm seeing alot of discolored leaves and general issues. I have them in about 20gal pots in fox farms ocean forest soil. I don't have any legit setup inside or fancy light just a strong florescent light I had just yesterday fed them iguana juice fertilizer only split a gallon between the four of them for the first time and added a tsp of nutes. I'm just looking for any help on how to fix the leave issues. I just started feeding them xtreme gardeneings mykos as well hoping that helps bounce the little ones back a little quicker. Any info orhelp is greatly appreciated!!
Hey chef ...." Cat cropping " I think you just invented a new technique , let the cat train the plant ! Could work to your benefit ....
I wouldn't have gone directly into a 20 gal pot if it was my grow ...I like to " up pot" small plants , in your case I might have put those clones into one gallon containers , it's just a lot easier to manage on all fronts , particularly in the water department .....

Also moving them around from inside to outside can be a lot easier ... And Maine ? Whew , it's a little early to put them outside , lucky they didn't freeze to death ....

They should recover , I find a lot of times ...that time and patience is a better fix than trying to cure with nutrients , leave them alone for 10 days , just observe them to see what direction there going in ... Your going to have to figure out how to get some light on them though since they are fully mature and hungry for light ....
Can they go back to wherever they came from for some light spa treatment ?
 
dire wolf

dire wolf

Also , if you can get a few " strong" floros that might work , the plants don't look bad considering the recent torture , I bet the new growth will be fine with a little tlc , and separation from the cat
 
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