Burn spots from water?

Discussion in 'First Time Marijuana Growers' started by GenieMan, Dec 21, 2022.

  1. I got water on my plant and smudged a few of the leafs trying to get the water off and these showed up? Did my light burn the leaf because of the water? Yikes.


    Humidity: 20%
    Temp: 73
    Spoil: Fox Ocean Forest
    Light: 20/4 - about 2 feet high on brightest setting
    Water: When soil is dry or every few days
    Light- Vispectra P2500
     

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  2. You are correct.

    Water droplets act as a magnifying glass can damage to burn straight through leaves
     
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  3. Ya thats what I figured. I was using a milk jug with holes on the cap to water ( ghetto style). Got a watering can with single spout so I can water underneath for now on. Thanks for the reply.
     
  4. I poke holes in my caps :) I just water under the leaves lol
     
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  5. Ya I used the milk jug for the last 2 grows but this plant is low to the soil not like my NL's that grew higher plus my new light. Growing Blueberry now
     
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  6. how did your northern lights turn out what kind of yield per plant i am thinking of trying to grow some next
     
  7. Both my NL's grew pretty good and had some decent yields with the light I used ( King led 600). Heres some pics of what I got from the last plant. Thats from 1 plant.
     

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  8. I've sprayed water enough on my plants to know that ain't water damage.
    It looks like leaf septoria to me.
    *edit: spraying the shit out of the plants and making it too moist can create inviting conditions for the fungus to grow.
     
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  9. Ya I looked at pictures of leaf septoria and might be that but not sure how I would of gotten it? New soil, single plant, and its winter time. The basement is pretty sealed up. I checked a spot from like 6 days ago and it hasnt gotten bigger I heard the fungus spreads quickly. I just recently put the light on 100 percent so idk Ill have to keep checking.
     
  10. Well....this turned bad to worse...leaves on a certain level are nice and crispy with a loss of green pigmentation. Heat? Water? Not sure what Im doing wrong. New growth looks fine
     

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  11. If it's leaf septoria, you need to address that before you can expect any foliage recovery.
     
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  12. I dont think its that I looked with a jewelers loop and didnt see anything in the yellow circle Ill check with my microcope next
     
  13. Not sure if this is worth saving. Idk whats going on....maybe to much water or to much heat. I looked at pics online of leaf septoria and it doesnt really look like that.
     

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