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Discussion in 'Sick Plants and Problems' started by kanvict, Feb 2, 2014.
What's happening to one of my plants? Is it infected perhaps?
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Has to be insects or even disease brought on by an insect. Like it bored into it or laid eggs in the stem.
Chop that off and try to clone the remainder of the branch. look inside and see if a grub is in there.
[quote name="snoopdog6502" post="19451271" timestamp="1391323845"]Has to be insects or even disease brought on by an insect. Like it bored into it or laid eggs in the stem.Chop that off and try to clone the remainder of the branch. look inside and see if a grub is in there.[/quote]I'm guessing some sort of disease or maybe because I recently flushed? I'm indoors inside a tent in a closet winter time so bugs are not at an all time high. Lights come on in an hr and a half after which I'll chop the branch and take a pic of the plant as a whole ... but I did neem all over last night, making sure to cover every bit of all the plants and top layer of soil. I haven't seen any bugs on the plants, well at least none of the ones described in cannabis pests.
As mentioned elsewhere....standard PM visit, as in POWDERY MILDEW, treat as fungi infection, or carefully cut of under the mold plus 2 inches, and gently remove to plastic bag, then to trash, you don't want the spores flying around
I bought some nature's cure disease control RTU from home depot, it's a copper soap. By treat OR cut, DO you mean I can leave the branch there if I keep it under control? Also, the "rot" has not progressed any further, that's why I'm hesitant to cut that branch, but do you recommend just snipping it off?
I had that before. I had stem rot. It turned into a mush and I ended up just pulling them.
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Your plant looks shitty, so opportunistic pests like Botrytis cinerea are coming in to clean it up.
You need more light for healthy plants that don't need cleaning up.
Cut it if it has by now affected the top growth and is wilting, ex cising is better of the 2, paint your copper for further expectations, but be ready be early
Hey ole Bud, are you blazed?
Constantly ...hows you ...? lol
I had a rough day, not been sleeping well; got up at 3 am and headed out to the big city hospital for a stress test, relative to an irregular EKG... they pumped me full of chemicals instead of the tread-mill. I was there for 6 miserable hrs. I been loaded up will ADHD all my life and it's hard for me to slow myself down. I'll be out cutting wood tomorrow so I'll think I'll approach it at a snails pace? Anything else you want to know?
Thank You I'm sure it made kanvict and me feel a lot more appreciative of our own troubles, avoid chopping fire wood myself, take it slow
I will Bud, all that was on top of a three hour round trip. Here I am up at 3 am again, but I do feel better today. As far as @[member="kanvict"] is concerned, I wish I could help him. I've seen it outdoors, never knew what it was but I've never seen it on any of my indoors plants. Stranger than fiction?