EASY Ways to Revive a Sick Plant QUICKLY



Plants not looking so hot? It could be a variety of things, rarely is it as easy as just pinpointing one thing that cause the problem without digging a little deeper …

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  1. Help please some one. My cat ๐Ÿ˜บ๐Ÿˆ ate top 2 leaves that first pop up & I have nothing but stem them on all them? Should I toss them? Not ๐Ÿˆ cat. ๐Ÿ˜‚

  2. I need help !!!!!

    Iโ€™m build a grow op and I canโ€™t determine what lights I need to use to get through veg and harvest. Iโ€™m looking to pick up several to run, itโ€™s in a 15×15 room. Iโ€™m down for led or cmh. Where I am thereโ€™s not a lot of knowledge on the subject. I donโ€™t know what the best lights are. Right now I have a Mars hydro 1000. But I donโ€™t feel itโ€™s enough to pull through flower. Last thing is soil.
    Iโ€™m unsure what soil mixture to use for photos. I see people use all different stuff but nothing about top dressing or if they give teas or any other regimen.

    Short summary
    Best lights for photos for entire grow seasons
    Best soil
    Best soil regimen and products.

  3. Awesome tips here brothas, I canโ€™t thank you two enough for making my girls healthy and beautiful. ESPECIALLY when I was growing chocolate Thai she was the most finicky bitch ever lol, but your channel helped me thru it and I appreciate all the time you take outta your days to help us out. Thank big time brothas๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿค˜๐ŸผโœŒ๐Ÿผ

  4. True i do miss Matt from time to time. Besides with the amount of content you do put out i can see ware it could be a problem if you want to still do other things like going to bed at night. Y'all content is good so keep up the good work and i will keep watching.

  5. Do some seed to harvest videos. Y'all talk a lot which is really good but would love to see more action. If you can do it you can show it you got the camera equipment so let us in a little more. Sorry live in Georgia. You wont let me in the 420 club yet till this state gets out of the stone age. Hopefully we all get lucky after this election it was big sโ‚ฌยฃt down here. Have fun and be safe๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜.

  6. Great white great but there are way cheaper options out there. Like Earth Man's Living Soil ; Root Love product. You get exactly the same contents for $10 and plus he shows you exactly how he makes it and how you the grower can take just one pinch and make your own or grow it yourself from scratch. If you have leaves in your yard rake them around a tree the putting a nylon stalking fillled with rice and molasses into the ground only about 3 inches deep. Cover and leave it for one week. Then pulling it out of the ground. You harvest the mycholrizal the same way you make bubble hash. Rinsing the rice over multiple layered micron screens. Catching all the fungi at the middle and bacteria at the bottom. If Great White is King then we the buyers are like chum in the water. For paying for something that grows in out own backyard.

  7. Wiggle worm organic worm castings is loaded with Phytoseiulus persimilis red soil mites which are carnivorous and feed on Thrips, spider mites and yes root aphids. They are actually omnivores which feed on decaying organic matter most commonly found in worm beds. Hence the reason why wiggle worm organic worm castings is full of Phytoseiulus persimilis red soil mites. They feed on organic decaying matter when they are young and by the time they go from being clear or transparent in color. They venture out of the soil each and every time you water. And they will crawl all over your plant hunting for Thrips, spider mites and root aphids. Not to mention they live and breed in the soil feeding on rotting plant matter and defecate thus further fertilization occurs. As well they use the root system itself as a kind of highway. Which they keep clear for the Mycholrizal fungi and trichoderma bacteria blend found in Great White. So it's a win win all around the board. As Rob mentioned the only soil mites ( which are not mites at all ) that are bad for your garden are root aphids. Root aphids are distinctly different in every way. They live around the root ball. However if you use organic like Great White mycholrizal and trichoderma bacteria blend in combination with wiggle worm organic worm castings which also contain Phytoseiulus persimilis red soil mites. Your plants roots will have a entire team living in the soil as a defense and offensive work horse for your plants. I believe the homey Green goblin best describes it as the Soil Food web. I hope this information helps and Rob I would definitely get some of these worm castings. I've had one heck of a time with thrips myself. I tried neem oil. Then used high intensity blue light will actually kill 100% of all insects. Even better than UV light which I also tried. Phytoseiulus persimilis red soil mites are better hunters for thrips and spider mites than lady bugs. Because as adults they have a needle for a mouth and feed on the young hiding under those leaves like ticks. Gotta try it.

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