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stunted plants

Posted by ttkz 8 NEVADA (My Page) on
Mon, May 8, 06 at 17:36

I HAVE A PLANT THAT I THINK IS STUNTED. I HAVE INCLUDED A PICTURE. I THINK? HOPEFULLY IT WORKED. ANYWAY, THE PICTURES SHOWS A NEWER PLANT ON THE LEFT AND AN OLDER ONE ON THE RIGHT. THE NEWER ONE IS BIGGER, HEALTHIER, ETC. ALSO, THE PEPPER ON THE LEFT IS WAY BIGGER AND IS A COUPLE WEEKS YOUNGER THAN THE ONE ON THE RIGHT. THE PLANT ON THE RIGHT HAS NO NEW LEAFS OR FLOWERS. IS IT SALVAGABLE OR SHOULD I SCRAP IT? HOW DO I AVOID STUNTING IN THE FUTURE? IS THERE A CURE FOR ALREADY STUNTED PLANTS?

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RE: stunted plants

I don't think there is much you can do. Some plants are just more vigorous than others. In nature the weaker plants don't usually survive.


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