I don’t what went wrong,

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Brothers and sisters of this mighty fine community. Well you know I’m just kind of talking out the side of my ear right now. When I say fresh I mean like my first year in high school with this.

I need help went to work the other day and came home to a now dying fast plant.

I transplanted her about a week ago well closer to two weeks and I went to initial shock everything was cool I knew it was gonna be an issue I seen it before with a lot of my homegrown plants that I do like you know fruits and veggies and stuff. But leaves grow fine everything was good and then I don’t know where I just started dying.

So any tips or ideas on what I should do would really help a little background on the plant when it was sprouting during the beginning stages she was tall assuming it was because we just grew a natural out of a cup on the counter next to the sunlight and then I don’t know where once I started to show it’s beautiful little green fan leaves I got hooked. Got a nice little heat lamp sunlamp whatever you wanna call him something to help it grow didn’t really think much of it because of the fact that it really helped but then I don’t know where just continue to keep growing and sprouting was really long and laggy.So this would be a start time being transplanted from beginning stages before vegetation. She never really seems like blossom like to see another catalogs in peoples venues and when I just thought it was a unique thing but regardless I still love the plant I really hope I can revive it must because of the fact like I think it’s cool so after you see this ideas tips tricks will really help. And the reason why there’s two posts on the side and or what now seems to be part of my weed plant is a pine tree stem on Mother’s Day this year my husky decided he wanted to have a little snack now mind you I thought my plant was dead after that. Is it going to shock I know that kind of figured that after reading a bunch of posts about sex is a marijuana plants it might’ve switched to be in hermaphrodite but I still don’t really know and everybody that comes bye, Has their own opinion on what it’s going to be and this and that but I really don’t care so today. I decided to link up with you guys since this is what you guys do and hopefully I can be part of the community soon now I know it’s another attempt on growing I know I’m gonna get a lot of criticism and a lot of feedback and like what the hell am I doing shit but just think I never expected her to grow and I wanted to see how we do on its own so. I know going forward after this good part of my garage it’s gonna be a whole new set up so I’ll keep you guys posted on that. But some help on this would be great.Or should I clone it I mean I think I have a chance either or but your feedback is really really helpful.
 
mysticepipedon

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Are you over-watering it? Plants droop when they aren't taking in water. That can happen when the soil is dry, of course, but it also happens when the soil is too wet. I can't say that's the problem here. I'm just guessing, because watering improperly is a classic mistake we all have made.

I can't be positive from these pics, but I lean toward it's a girl.

It's lanky like that because of the amount of light it gets. Plants stretch when they want more light. It won't flower unless you can give it at least 10 or 11 hours of uninterrupted darkness each night.
 
DismalDude

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Man,I hate to be the bearer of bad news but I honestly wouldn't waste any more time on that thing. Seriously,I get it but you'd be better off getting your environment right and starting from scratch. It will save you a lot of time.
 
chicosmash

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Man,I hate to be the bearer of bad news but I honestly wouldn't waste any more time on that thing. Seriously,I get it but you'd be better off getting your environment right and starting from scratch. It will save you a lot of time.
well I appreciate your honesty and thank you very much. I know with a lot of things like that Absent I’ll come up with a person once song being a bear of bad news in my book sometimes often is a better thing because then at least I know there is more to fall down here in like oh well I can’t see it and I can’t save it thank you for that
 
chicosmash

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Are you over-watering it? Plants droop when they aren't taking in water. That can happen when the soil is dry, of course, but it also happens when the soil is too wet. I can't say that's the problem here. I'm just guessing, because watering improperly is a classic mistake we all have made.

I can't be positive from these pics, but I lean toward it's a girl.

It's lanky like that because of the amount of light it gets. Plants stretch when they want more light. It won't flower unless you can give it at least 10 or 11 hours of uninterrupted darkness each night.
Well thank you for your feedback and I do appreciate the 10 or 11 hours of uninterrupted darkness schedule some people are like a summer 12 summer 16 and I’m like I don’t know it’s a little bit wild for me but now that I got you guys and I decided to join us form I think it’s gonna be pretty 🌺so thank you
 
Nectarivorous

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It looks like overwatering mate but hard to be sure. In any case you're not really saving much tbh if you do bring it back. The plant has grown up with way too little light from the looks of it, it's long and stringy and lacks stem strength. If you're just looking to do one plant at a time might be worth getting a lil 2x2 tent and an LED that can get you enough light. A little fan to help airflow and increase stem strength. Get those nodes nice and tightly spaced and train her nicely. But would be starting again at this point.

Like this:

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Good luck! Plenty of good help on here ☺️
 
Ponky

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Roots are damaged. Usually over watered. Yeah. Take a cutting and water clone it or cube clone it. To save the lineage.
 
Oldchucky

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If when you transplanted the root ball was one solid chunk of soil it may be denser than the surrounding soil you put it in and not getting the water it needs. Try poking some holes close to the stock down into the root ball and dump a glass of water on it. If it’s overwatered you’ll probably finish it off. If it’s under watered you might save it. That’s why you need a $15 moisture meter to probe the soil and find out what is wet and what isn’t. Don’t have much to lose but if it makes it get it some serious light. Good luck.
 
RookieBC

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It's not only revegging, it's not getting strong enough light from whatever source your using its stretched and sick and should be put down like Old Yeller. No sense in wasting time and energy trying to save a plant like that start fresh
 
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