The weird growth is caused by the light mix which has some fertilisers in already albeit less than the all mix, some plants are more sensitive to this than others.View attachment 5429But can someone figure out what the hell is wrong with this one lol, she’s growing so weird! This is the one I had to help her seed come off cuz she couldn’t break soil 3- days after I first saw her pushing the soil, her stem is way thicker than the bigger one but she just looks weird and grows weird.
Good work, she'll be much happier in her new home. A few days in a big container and she'll be right as rainView attachment 5446Dam haha I really fu**** up this one up
If it wasn’t for you telling me to get her into soil she’s planted now, I only cut half the mesh, preaty hard cutting it all without damaging the roots wich I prolly already did, I was about to have a permanent root system in that pot! She was fighting to get her root out.
So I did a time lapse on my iPhone for 6 hours and I saw lots of tiny tiny crawling white things on the soil and they where going in and out, I just really!!!! Hope they aren’t something serious my plant looks healthy and is growing really fast I don’t see anything under the leafs,nor any discoloration, I looked on YouTube and I dug up sum soil with my hand and spread it out and I saw sum tiny tiny white things crawling and sum of them jumped. I think they are springtails I heard they are harmless, if they are I still rather get rid of them, my soil been moist for 2 days I’m gonna let it dry out completely, let’s see if tht does anything, dammit I swear if it’s something else,is their any way I can drop a video here I can’t take a pic be cuz they are just too small
How Diatomaceous Earth Kills Bugs
Diatomaceous earth kills bugs with the help of its razor-sharp particles. The diatoms that make up diatomaceous earth have microscopic razor-sharp edges. Although not harmful to large, strong surfaces, these tiny razor blades are detrimental to ants, bed bugs, fleas and other crawling insects.
The sharp edges of the diatoms cut through the insect’s waxy outer layer during contact, allowing moisture to escape from the insect’s body. The absorptive capabilities of DE insecticides like Last Crawl then help to draw moisture from the insect’s body. By disrupting an insect’s delicate balance of water, it is unable to survive, resulting in death by desiccation.
The insects’ movement across the diatomaceous earth also contributes, by helping the sharp edges to lacerate the bug’s body. Essentially, when crawling insects come in contact with diatomaceous earth it is like walking across shards of broken glass.