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Try removing the bag a little at a time over the period of several days so the seedling can acclimate to the unprotected environment. It's going to be just like hardening off any plant.


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The only plants that can live and grow without being directly watered are called epiphytes. Some common ones grown as houseplants include: Ferns, especially Staghorn ferns Bromeliads, especially Spanish moss, Jungle cacti, like Rhipsalis Orchids, (Cattleya and Cymbidium come to mind) All of these plants, however, require light, preferably right filtered ...


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A greenhouse should have roughly 50-70% humidity depending on what you are growing. Yes your humidity is far too high. As far as throwing the thing away I would say no. It is still perfectly usable with a little bit of innovation. If you are interested in a fun project, I would suggest you ventilate your greenhouse. Here is a video on how to cut holes in ...


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It's likely to do with the lighting, or the heat from the mat, or both - the last seedling looks as if its been burnt a bit. I don't know what part of the world you're in, but it seems like its time to remove the apple seedling from that light and place it near a bright daylight source, like a windowsill, gradually uncovered, until you can harden it off to ...


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(merging @Bamboo's, @J-Musser's and @treeNinja's answers to a community wiki) With growlight Plants suitable for high humidity: Pothos Orchids Bromeliads Lighting: UV light source should be timed. Water-proof LED Placing suggestions: The plants should be placed within close proximity to the UV source, to avoid using high power lighting. On top of a ...


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If there is no natural light of any description in your bathroom, I'm afraid that means a plastic plant - all living plants need light, even shade loving plants, so unless you substitute a growlight in your bathroom and leave it on for the required number of hours, fake plant it is. Which also, of course, won't need watering...


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So you are saying you have a ventilation system to pull air out of the room...do you have a way for fresh air to be pulled in passively? Fans are critical for all indoor and greenhouse plants. Do not worry, moving air has few if any negative effects for your plants. Unless the plant is being moved in the back of a truck going more than 30mph, now that is ...


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Plants can suffer leaf burns when transiting from very moist environment to drier air, just like how leaves will burn when switching plant from shade to full sun. At least that is what will happen to old leaves that started out in the previous environment, however new leaves emerging in drier air or full sun will usually have no problem with such dryness or ...


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They do like humidity, but low humidity isn't fatal, and you can get quite a decent crop without it. What is important is: high soil temperature high soil moisture high soil fertility high soil organic matter content high light levels loose soil texture Adding compost is good, the more the better, even if you end up with almost straight compost. Keep in ...


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Would there be indirect light from a window or would the only light be from a bathroom light fixture? Some light is important. Pothos come to mind because they can handle higher humidity and do not require a lot of light. The an survive in a small pot with some dirt but grow quite long and large. Look for dark rich green leaves. Orchids also love ...


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I started mine by carefully cutting out the slips and planting them outside. You could the same thing in a pot. Just keep it moist until it takes hold.


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