Anyone have any miraculous, life saving tips to give me?
Every part of the media mix was pre-rinsed, I was careful not to break off any roots, let the roots dry out, etc.. It was potted in LFS, which I carefully peeled away a bit at a time from its roots. It wasn't very grown into it so it was pretty easy to do. Then just made a hole in the center of the new media, dropped it in and watered it a bit. I was careful to not get the plant itself wet, nor is it sitting in any water. Its still in the exact same spot under the same lights. It has been 48 hours now since the repotting and it now looks like a shriveled green and brown bunch of raisins.
It wasnt covered before I potted it, so I did not cover it after.. Well I take that back. I put a cup over it the night of it being repotted, but when I woke up the next morning, it had shriveled some so I assumed it was from lack of airflow, so I took the cup back off... It looked about the same this morning, but now tonight it looks horrid. I just put the cup back on it after misting the sand a bit to give the humidity a boost for it. Is there anything else I can do??
Edit: Oh and I just misted down a handful of live sphagnum and layed strands carefully around the plant in a little ring.. If that will do anything at all. Figured it wouldn't hurt.