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Lake Worth, Fl
Coffeelovr7272
May 17, 2020 11:11 AM CST
I recently had to transplant these sunflower seedlings due to having white mold in soil from damping off I think. I watered them right after transplanting and then it was cloudy out and they didn't get much sun or heat. I'm wondering if these drooping leaves with come back? And if it is from overwatering and them not getting enough sun? Should I let them continue to dry out in the sun until they perk up? Do the yellow veins indicate anything? I'm a new gardener and not sure of any of this lol.
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Name: Amanda
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pepper23
May 17, 2020 11:19 AM CST
They look fine. Let the soil dry out a little bit before watering again.
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DaisyI
May 17, 2020 11:21 AM CST
I agree They look fine.
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