Curling leaves

Discussion in 'Growing Marijuana Outdoors' started by DarrenJay, Jun 25, 2019.

  1. A couple leaves in my otherwise very healthy garden are curling upward. Possibly russets but I don’t think so. I tend to be very effective at treating them and there’s none of the usual leaf blistering/blemishing. I guess it doesn’t seem as angry as russets? Possibly over watering? But I’ve waited several days between watering and see no other symptoms of such. Thoughts? [​IMG][​IMG]Weather has been averaging 75-85. [​IMG] [​IMG]


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  2. If your out west it could be heat stress also, But you seem to think over watering and that could do it also
     
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  3. I've that happen to me where the leafs taco like that. I could be wrong, but I tend to blame extreme heat.
     
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  4. Apparently curling leaves could be from several things. If it's mites you'll soon know. I doubt it's overwatering.
     
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  5. I've had outdoor plants do that too. Usually within their first month outdoors, then, with time, they grew out of it.
     
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  6. Tyvm


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  7. Sometimes leaf hoppers can cause the curling thing. The hoppers were especially heavy last summer, but it didn't seem to adversely affect the plants in any real way.
     
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  8. They came out of it. I still don’t know what it was. Either those holes needed turning a bit more, they go transplanted during the day or it was heat. Wound up pulling off the curled leaves and no more happened. ty for the advice guys! [​IMG]


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  9. Go to method to fixing any problems, just remove the leaves, lol no more problems. Fixes ph issues, too much fertilizer issues, caterpillar issues, powdery white mildew issues, etc.. Like a cure all!
     
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  10. How warm has it been there? It looks more heat related to me.
    I've never seen over watering do that.
     
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