I bought my plant,i see it kinda sad and i saw some bugs

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I bought my plant,i see it kinda sad and i saw some bugs

Postby lcd4fun » Tue Jan 31, 2012 9:57 am

Hi ppl today i bought my SD plant and i noticed some little bugs running there, she also haves little holes and brown tips, but just a little.
i was wondering if i can do something about this, the las plant that i had was a complete failure and i dont want the same thing going on again..
thanks to all and sorry for my english, im from Argentina.

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PS: The light comes in like in the last photo, today its a rainy day, is the salvia well located ?
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Re: I bought my plant,i see it kinda sad and i saw some bugs

Postby nothim » Fri Feb 10, 2012 1:24 pm

she is ok , as long as you see tiny sprouts(leaves ) emerging from the nodes , the conditions (settings) are ok for her!
where about Argentina?
BA?
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Re: I bought my plant,i see it kinda sad and i saw some bugs

Postby lcd4fun » Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:56 pm

Yes im from buenos Aires.

Now the plan t looks like shit, its like 4 cm long and its dying fast, i've saved a cutting and now its on water, and ive transplanted the "plant" into an another pot.
The roots looked fine and the part of the stem that it was under the soil it was very very green, but the part that comes out of the soil its getting darker and darker.
Should i put her in an humidity tent ?
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Re: I bought my plant,i see it kinda sad and i saw some bugs

Postby SF » Sat Aug 11, 2012 10:59 am

I would only put your salvia plant in a humidity dome if the leaves are drooping.
If the leaves look fine and not droopy they should be well adapted to your area.
I would recommend using fish emulsions for fertilizer.
make sure your plant gets plenty of light not full sun but partial shade or a south facing window will work.
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