Have A Plant Problem? Check Here First

Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by justatoker, Feb 2, 2009.

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    OneWithTheDank

    OneWithTheDank Member

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    Thank you for the 2nd opinions guys. I appreciate it!


    And thanks Wizz I’m gonna give that a try.

    The mosquito pellets really whacked them down
     
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    Crippykeeper

    Crippykeeper Well-Known Member

    Damn never seen that. What’s the rest of the plant look like ?
     
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    Wizzurm

    Wizzurm New Member

    Foxfarm Ocean Forest
     
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    Cali-kush420

    Cali-kush420 New Member

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    Cali-kush420

    Cali-kush420 New Member

    Plant shows no signs of stress from it but it's working its way through my stems tho to where they will snap soon I'm early in flower have 7 dif strains going is starting to appear on all of them now can't seem to find anyone with a clue to what it is... Have started a peroxide treatment to soil and foliar spray but can't tell if it's working doesn't seem to be really
     
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    MrsGreenThumb79

    MrsGreenThumb79 Member

    Try rubbing some neem oil on the stems that works well for a lot of different pests
     
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    Cali-kush420

    Cali-kush420 New Member

    I'm about 95% sure don't have any pests only way would have any of there microscopic or a borer and I've already eliminated it being a borer... Has to be some sort of fungus/ root rot combo? Well treating with peroxide seems to be stopping it actually
     
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    Crippykeeper

    Crippykeeper Well-Known Member

    She looks a little sad but healthy. When you figure out what’s eating your tree post please
     
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    andy s

    andy s Well-Known Member

    almost positive my man. the ambient temp isnt always the same as the canopys temp
     
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    andy s

    andy s Well-Known Member

    sand isnt always best bc it needs to be burped in a since. natnix is best i think how is it benefcial?
     
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    Wizzurm

    Wizzurm New Member

    Do you know of any other possible causes? I added a fan to the blow around the heat near the canopy area but I still see the new growth starting to cup as well. Could it be humidity or root problems?

    I read that oily plants like sand to grow in. The problem is: if it is calcareous, it will create a ph imbalance. For this method I only meant to suggest adding about 2 cups of coarse sand spread evenly around the top of the soil so that it would cut the bodies of the insects and their larvae. Some people do use sand as a medium though.
     
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    andy s

    andy s Well-Known Member

    not for growing pot.. sand is never an option as a medium. the sand wont cut the insets or larva it mainly smothers them and also your soil. if your humidity is around 50-60 in veg or even 40-60 you can eliminate that, root problems wont really cause that unless theyre getting dried out and effecting the plant that way if thats not the issue you can cross that off, do you have it vented? just a fan isnt enough you need air coming in and pushing the hot out. and not everytime will a leaf come out flat when its a new leaf forming do you have a pic? may be normal new growth
     
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    Wizzurm

    Wizzurm New Member

    Oh I meant they use a mixture combined with sand... haha
    My humidity was dropping a lot but i got a humidifier. Now i keep it around 50-60% always and yeah i have the room vented out a 4 inch duct and fan. maybe, i thought, it was that i was overwatering or something cause the plant is still small so right now i'm letting the soil dry out a bit. I also found brown spot on one of the leaves, do you know what that is?
     

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    thumper60

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    Cali-kush420

    Cali-kush420 New Member

    Really but you think they could climb a 5 foot plant and do this 1514090528877-2101826787.jpg 1514090528877-2101826787.jpg
     
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    Cali-kush420

    Cali-kush420 New Member

    151409062498395107272.jpg Other than that plants are doing great still decaying but I think will stay strong enough to finish
     
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    Cali-kush420

    Cali-kush420 New Member

    Yes looks sad only to it was time to water had let it dry out all way in hopes to killing the fungus right after water she perked right back up:clap:
     
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    Javadog

    Javadog Well-Known Member

    Mice was an inspired suggestion. :0)
     
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    Cali-kush420

    Cali-kush420 New Member

    Yeah I at first thought mice but just can't be with the locations I don't think they could get up top
     
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    MrsGreenThumb79

    MrsGreenThumb79 Member

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