Dr. @Stephen you’re needed in the ICU.
Patient Name: Maui (Yes, I named my plant Maui.)
Strain: Pineapple Express
Age: 2+ Years
Dr. Stephen, I feel I need your consultation and recommendations.
From the first day I purchased my Grobo (Probably over two years ago). I took a Pineapple Express seed and hid it away. I told myself it would be my first grow when the Grobo came. Well… my Grobo finally came, I planted my little girl, and to my surprise, my seed actually germinated and sprouted after 2 years in holding. I was so proud! She was growing healthy up until about day 18. However, during day 17 - 18 or so I got my new replacement Grobo (Will spare you my details on what went wrong with the first unit) and transferred my little girl to the new unit.
I assumed I had everything set up and ready to go, however… I did not, and essentially my little girl spent all day in the dark cabinet. (I’m a terrible papa!) When I realized nothing was working I opened up to take a look at her she was very sad and droopy and withering. I’ve gotten all the kinks worked out on the new unit with the help of Chief Resident Surgeon @bruno yesterday, but my plant doesn’t seem to be improving. (Pic attached).
The up side, she doesn’t seem to be getting much worse either… but she does continue to look very very sad. Is there anything I can do to help her recovery? I feel I may have doomed her to a short life span, and she was so young! Should I trim some leaves off of her or, I don’t know… check some, roots? Or… something? I don’t know. (I’m not a Plant Doctor man!)
Lol, ok for reals though, I might cry if this plant dies on me after holding onto the seed for so long! Any tips to get her to perk back to life??