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LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS
Jun 12, 2017 8:49 PM CST
|I HAVE SOME COLEUS SEEDLINGS THAT ARE ABOUT 10 - 11 WEEKS OLD AND SOME ARE DOING GREAT AND SOME ARE DOING NOT SO GREAT. THE ONES THAT ARE NOT DOING SO GREAT, THE FIRST SET OF LEAVES ARE SAGGING REALLY LOW AND THE SECOND SET OF LEAVES WHICH ARE THE TRUE LEAVES ARE DOING FINE, WHAT COULD BE CAUSING THIS.
Jun 12, 2017 9:31 PM CST
|The seed leaves are part of the embryo of the seed. They have done their job and are no longer needed. Its the secondary leaves that you want to be strong and healthy now.
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