Any tips for plant reviving?

A customer has a question or concerns and I hope we can get some opinions on it, thanks

"I was wondering if you have any tips for plant reviving? I’m pretty new at this and my buddy had a dying plant and asked if I could revive it, is there any way this is even possible?

Strain (type, bag seed):N/A
Soil in pots, hydroponic, or coco?:hydro
PH of runoff or solution in reservoir?:
What is strength of nutrient mix? EC, or TDS:
Indoor or outdoor: indoor
Light system, size?: 24 inch 54W
Temps day, night: 70-75
Humidity day, night: N/A
Ventilation system (yes/no, size): no
AC, humidifier, de-humidifier?: no
Co2 (yes/no): no

This plant is dying at the flowering stage, it used to be a mom for cloning but she just randomly died, is reviving this plant worth it for a new grower or would it just be a bit too tedious for a new grower?

Also, can you tape split stems?"

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Sounds like your in hydro… more then likely your water level is to high or your pH is drastically out of wack… :wink:
These plants are pretty harty especially if it’s a mother plant… :wink:
I would also suggest reading the grow bible to give you a better understanding of what your trying to do… :wink:
For an experienced farmer , this strain could be kept alive… you don’t sound to experienced so I’m really not to sure what to suggest… :wink:
Maybe some pictures and it don’t sound like you have enough light either… :wink:

:v: :sunglasses:


Thanks @ILGM.Becky ,

Disclaim : I’m not a hydroponic grower.

We miss a lot of informations here like what nutrients he’s using?.., what strength they are (how much is the dilution, ppm reading) ?.., pH level ? …, How often he change the reservoir water?.. And @Donaldj @Aquaponic_Dumme @bryan @kabongster are hydro guy and surely gone a have more questions to ask.

I can see one obvious problem with the few informations given and it’s light intensity. 54 watts is clearly not enough and with that kind of “wattage” I can deduct that’s a CFL, T5’s or bulbs, and if they are at 24 inch, I can predict that the plant is most probably stretch.

Anyway, the lack of information is stopping me to give further advise, please, dear customer, can you give us more !? You can join the forum at any time, you’ll find plenty of knowledgeable poeple who are willing to share their knowledge.

~Al :v: :innocent:


Thanks for the awesome replies, everyone. I’ve decided I’m just going to bud it and get what I get.

Cheers :slight_smile:

if it was me, I would add 3% peroxide at 60 cc/gallon and repeat in 3 days. See if oxygen boost helps. Dose is a bit high, but doable to see if roots improve