Update Las Vegas outdoor summer heat wave grow

Discussion in 'Growing Marijuana Outdoors' started by Scoobyo, Jul 8, 2017.

  1. It's been about a month since I first posted pictures of early veg Outdoors here in the beginning of summer in Las Vegas. Fast forward a month later and a total of eight weeks outside and she's adjusting just fine to this 120 degree weather. 20170707_192931.jpg 20170707_192931.jpg 20170707_192931.jpg 20170707_192920.jpg 20170707_192852.jpg 20170707_192838.jpg 20170707_192828.jpg
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  2. Looks like you have some nutrient burn happening. Might be a really good idea to flush your plant really good with ph adjusted water. Good luck!
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  3. hey! consider putting a cloth or piece of cardboard underneath that pot. if u grab a soil thermometer and test the diff between one on top of cloth vs one sitting on bare metal, you're gonna trip. also wrap the pot itself from direct sunlight. bet if you put your face on that pot it would burn you.

    people are literally dying over here in mexicali from the heat. its intense.
  4. i think I can also see thrip damage on your leaves (little gleamish marks). thrips get crazy when its hot. look into spinosad. sprayed that three times and havent seen them in a month. theyre not as bad as caterpillars or spidermites but do slow growth and makes leaves more susceptible to stress/burn
  5. look at the newer growth and try to gently split the leaves apart without hurting the new node and look for micro little brown bugs. theyre fast and jump around when youre onto them. little bastards are smart
  6. on 2nd thought, try to put some cardboard or wood under there. if you put a towel itll attract earwigs at night when moist and those like to chew on marijuana leaves too just like caterpillars.

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