Transplanted 4 days ago, looking weak - advice?

These 2 don’t look right to me. White widow in Happy Frog, 5 gallon grow bags…I have a 3rd one that looks healthier. Maybe I damaged during transplant? Any thoughts welcome!


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They look fine. First leaves are always a bit
wonky. Just be careful watering. you could put a clear cup with a spritz of water to act as a humidity cover until leaves touch sides.

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Thank you! I’m guessing don’t do the humidity dome direct sun or it will get to hot? Shade and night?

I didn’t know you planted outside. I don’t do outside plants. wny weather too iffy.

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They look ok. These first days of growth always looks a little strange.

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I’m doing grow bags - only bringing out in nice and calm days - in for nights/bad weather - at least for a while until we have true summer weather

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Be careful and watch for nasty pests if bringing in and out

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Be sure to water about 2 inches out away from the plant to make the roots stretch and avoid overwatering.

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Full sun is going to be pretty harsh for a young seedling, find them some shade and use the dome

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Agreed! She will need shade.

Partial sun is good but not in the heat of the day if you can place it where it’ll get shade from the hottest part of the day and maybe full sun in the AM or Late PM. A dome like a clear plastic 1/2 soda bottle is good.