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So i planted sunflower seeds two months ago , and i repot them because i planted 4 seeds in one pot so i had to separate them .
Ita been two weeks since i did it and now i notce that one of the plant have black stalk . And he grow really slow or even now at all since i repot him.. is he dying? How can i recover him ? ill mention that he stayed in the same pot but i had to take him out so i could separate the other plants roots from him .
 

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It looks fairly all right. When doing things to plants sets them back, doing more things usually sets them back further.
The best things for it are a little warmth, sunlight and moisture, nothing in excess. Mind you they are sunflowers, so you probably can't overdo the sunshine.
Good luck, but I think it is pretty much in the lap of the Gods, let's hope they are smiling :)
 

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Thanks for the replay.
And i have one more question if you may..
Some home when i always water my plants the ground is getting dry very quick i find myself water them almost everyday ..it isnt too much for them ?
 

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It looks fairly all right. When doing things to plants sets them back, doing more things usually sets them back further.
The best things for it are a little warmth, sunlight and moisture, nothing in excess. Mind you they are sunflowers, so you probably can't overdo the sunshine.
Good luck, but I think it is pretty much in the lap of the Gods, let's hope they are smiling :)
Thanks for the replay.
And i have one more question if you may..
Some home when i always water my plants the ground is getting dry very quick i find myself water them almost everyday ..it isnt too much for them ?
 
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Do you have drainage holes in the bottom of the container? If not you might get a build up of water in the bottom, but if you do surplus water will drain out into the saucer, so it won't matter too much.
 

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Do you have drainage holes in the bottom of the container? If not you might get a build up of water in the bottom, but if you do surplus water will drain out into the saucer, so it won't matter too much.
Yes i do , so i dont need to water them more themn i usually do ?
And how long do you recommend to water the plants ( where i live the temp is usually 16-23c for this season ) .
 
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Sorry, life got in the way for a bit. How are they doing? Farmers grow sunflowers by the field full, they are pretty sturdy plants.

By the way, do you intend planting them out? I ask because sunflower roots produce a chemical that makes it difficult to grow other plants for a while afterwards.
 
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All goods .. um not really i guess i just will repot them to a bigger conrainer when they will get bigger.
And he looks ok he havent died , but in some plants some leaves gets dry for some reason (it happenes to the most closest leaves to the roots) i do water them once or two a week~)
 

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