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swims mutated plant -

Post by GhostStar » Sat Jul 16, 2011 9:30 am

First swim had his plant turned over and dropped on its top by someone. That bent one of the stems 45 degrees.

The plant was pissed and didnt want to grow at all until it straightned back out its stem which it did almost perfectly.

Then after reading about white mildew which his plant suffers from, he sprays a 3% peroxide on the plant mixed with water.immediatley the plant changed color from light bright green to a dark dark weird color. Not rotting, just super dark, but not black or brown.

Then swim saw black flys all over the soil. Swim read cinnamon was good and safe. So he sprinkled cinnamom though it also contained either magnesium or silicia, i was hoping silica.

There was a huge gunky buildup of white stuff maybe aphid stuff, between the start of a main stem and its base. I poured cinnamom on top.

A few hours later and now the stem has twisted around itself.

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Post by GhostStar » Sat Jul 16, 2011 9:34 am

Oh yes, there were basically no leaves on the plant after getting burnt in the sun. But a new set of leaves grew which were covered in tall salvia crystals.

Swim noticed the plant was compacted so he took an incense stick and poked around to loosen up the dirt, an hour later one of the leaves had shriveled to nothing.

The plant is still alive, swim took a cuttin and put it outside. Its just dark hard stick with no leaves. But it has only been two days annd its already bending itself to stretch into the sun from the shaded part its in.

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Post by GhostStar » Sat Jul 16, 2011 12:47 pm

Swim said the half inch new growth looks bright green again. But one stem is twisted like a candy cane pattern.

Swim is jus gonna leave it be cos these tips he read have had bad results, except for the worm casting tea watering which caused fast new growth.

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