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Discussion in 'Sick Plants and Problems' started by pinkyprinc, Jul 10, 2017.
What is this? how can i get rid of this?
Take a picture of the whole plant. Looks like powdery mildew. Are the plants inside? What's your humidity/temp like? Or did you spray your plants?
Could even be lent, any clothes near by?
i grow outdoor in a greenhouse. Easy sativa and outdoor grapefruit. Max temp is about 36-39 celsius and at night about 12-15 celsius. About humidity idk my termometer broke . But its about 25% at day and about 80% at night. For now they like the heat, No problems. The leaves are mostly affected inside the plant
Most likely Powdery Mildew. Do you have a fan going in there, or is a part of the greenhouse open at any point? Does it wipe off the leaves?I got some in a greenhouse too.
I'd hit it with this for best results.
Amazon.com : Green Cure Solutions GF8OZ Greencure Fungicide, 8 oz : Patio, Lawn & Garden
Nice plants btw.
that looks like early signs of spider mites
You might be right. From what I've seen their dots are usually more uniform. Maybe it's the pic. Looks fuzzy white in some spots. Should check the under sides of leaves.
This is spider mites
Yours looks somewhat different but check the underside of leaves. They are visible to the naked eye (barely)
Thrips leave more of a white squiggly line so not that
it was most likely Powdery Mildew. I spreyd with baking soda and neem oil. But i fuck it up. To much baking soda and now my plants are burnd....Will post a pic. hope it will recover.
There was no mites