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Oldchucky

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I think the important part is called the Cambrian layer. It’s the outer most layer of skin on the stalk. Once that is disrupted all the way around then I think you are SOL. But if some of it is intact you might save her. Have lost more plants to mice and rats girdling the base of the stock all the way around than any other malady. The same thing happens when you get a mold problem Right at the base of the Stalk And it completely in circles the stalk. The big beautiful plant just kind of folds up and dies. At least I don’t know any way to save them when that happens.
 
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I think the important part is called the Cambrian layer. It’s the outer most layer of skin on the stalk. Once that is disrupted all the way around then I think you are SOL. But if some of it is intact you might save her. Have lost more plants to mice and rats girdling the base of the stock all the way around than any other malady. The same thing happens when you get a mold problem Right at the base of the Stalk And it completely in circles the stalk. The big beautiful plant just kind of folds up and dies. At least I don’t know any way to save them when that happens.
Ahh shit lmao, this plant was still still connected maybe 5-15% on the Cambrian layer. Do you think this girl will continue to grow from the cut or possibly just die? I'll do some research tonight and see if I could do anything to maybe help. I'm just expecting the worst case.
 
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All you can do is tape it up and hope for the best. At least you didn't do what I did last year. I was moving the plant out of the rain in the last couple of weeks of flowering, and managed to break off a branch with a rather large cola. I hadn't flushed yet, so it wasn't very tasty and missed two weeks more on the plant . Live and learn
 
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All you can do is tape it up and hope for the best. At least you didn't do what I did last year. I was moving the plant out of the rain in the last couple of weeks of flowering, and managed to break off a branch with a rather large cola. I hadn't flushed yet, so it wasn't very tasty and missed two weeks more on the plant . Live and learn
Ahhh that sucks man, at least you still were able to smoke some of it. Yup live and learn, I started with maybe a dozen plants and I'm left with half of them lol
 
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Oh shit, to my surprise the decapitated one is showing strong signs of response. It was very droopy around midnight last night, I thought for sure it was going to die. It honestly is acting normal, it grew a little more at the tip of the cola and the top leaves feel and look like they're able to hold there weight. I took some support off the plant to, and it's pretty stable. I don't have pics right now because it's been storming for a few days. These plants are 100% overwatered but I can't do much to help right now and it's only going to make this recovery more difficult for her. High hopes but expect the worst
 
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Sounds to me like you may have pulled her through.
 
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Sounds to me like you may have pulled her through.
You think so? I am hopeful but it's only been about 18 hours and I'm low key expecting a drastic drop in health in a few days. Not sure why but maybe it just hasn't fully realized it has been severed quite yet.
 
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I've broke stems and just left them, and they were fine, bit like pinching and bending really, I wouldn't worry. 🙂
I was only worried about the plant would respond to this as if it were topped or pinched. It's near the top but Idk if the leaves that survive underneath would have the strength to keep the whole plant alive.,
 
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I'm really hating this weather, it's hurricane season so it's raining everyday at random hours. They've endured it all, I haven't covered them in a while because I can't. It rains for like an hour in the middle of the day when I'm at work. It's either no sun at all hours or endure lots of rain. They're being randomly watered throughout the day with sunshine in between. They still are flourishing though, idk hopefully they dont take a turn for the worst
 

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