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OfflineAtticMonkey
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Humidity For Savia Divinorum?
    #1545690 - 05/13/03 05:53 PM (14 years, 14 days ago)

Hey All,
I recently placed an order for some savia divinorum plants and recieved them last week. When they first arrived they looked very healthy but as the week has gone by they are beginning to have browning at the edge of the leaves. I looked around the web and pretty much determined that it is due to the lack of humidity in the air. So Im curious as to what the best way of solving this problem is? Also, if i go the route of placeing the plants in a humidity tent will they always have to be in one or could i gradually harden them off from the humid air inside the tent to the less humid air in the house? Thanks.


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Re: Humidity For Savia Divinorum? [Re: AtticMonkey]
    #1546066 - 05/13/03 07:47 PM (14 years, 13 days ago)

I think it would adapt atleast somewhat to less humidity.
Spray some water and put a big bag over it for awhile or tent.


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Re: Humidity For Savia Divinorum? [Re: DailyPot]
    #1548064 - 05/14/03 02:08 PM (14 years, 13 days ago)

you can gradually adapt them to lower humidity. i didn't even 'gradually' adapt mine and they are fine in near desert.


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Re: Humidity For Savia Divinorum? [Re: Bilge]
    #1582349 - 05/27/03 08:20 PM (13 years, 11 months ago)

Did your plant recover?


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Re: Humidity For Savia Divinorum? [Re: DailyPot]
    #1630002 - 06/12/03 11:12 PM (13 years, 11 months ago)

I kept mine in a plastic bag tent for the first week or so, misted them regularly for a month after that, and now they're fine. Humidity gets down to ~20% according to my hydrometer and they're cool.


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Re: Humidity For Savia Divinorum? [Re: AtticMonkey]
    #1630063 - 06/12/03 11:48 PM (13 years, 11 months ago)

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but as the week has gone by they are beginning to have browning at the edge of the leaves




Even if you are extrememly careful in the first week of receiving plants via mail, you will still get browning. To avoid any negative effects, try and keep them away from any moving air or drafts as this will tend to dry them out. But even if they do get browning and they leaves that were on the plant die off, it will most likely will come back. I have have had rooted plants come back after all of the leaves have browned and fell off and nothing was left except a stem. As long as that stem stays green, new leaves will form on the nodes where the others have fallen. Just dont use any fertilizers until the plant is well established. If it is in a smaller container try and keep it moist. Just don't over do it.  :smile:



 


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