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DissNoof started grow question 3 years ago
Hey there noticed these big white spots on the leaves, think it's some sort of fungus ? will cold temps just kinda kill it ? growvengers please help :rocket:
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The_Projexx answered grow question 3 years ago
Well I can tell you right now that it isn't a fungus bro that's for sure , that to be honest looks like a mildew problem more then anything check see if you can wipe it off the leaves if you can its a mildew problem . To fix that add more ventilation and water less frequently make sure those lady's get a nice breeze ALL THE TIME that way spider mites cant next and you will avoid mildew problems .

Other times bro the leafs just lose pigment its a virus in your plant nothing bad will happen from it it happens to lots and lots of plants all around the world . I sell plants like that at my store they are bread to be like on purpose Lilly's are like that often too ,

I hope the info I've provided here helps you a little bit brotha !

-Happy growing !
OneDude answered grow question 3 years ago
All the little spots are Spider Mites 99%.
I suggest you to search images of "cannabis leaves Spider Mites" and you will see for yourself, plus you will find plenty of documentation about how to fix it!
About burnt borders and big white spots is harder to say....
HiMonkeys answered grow question 3 years ago
Hello there ! It looks like you got a little bit of powdery mildew, try spraying your leaves with Neem oil or what i actually like to use is SMC control Oil, its pretty cheap effective and it doesn't smell as bad and mixes well with water.. cold tempetures can slow down the process of it spreading but will not stop it completley, what i would reccomend to you is spray it and get rid of it as soon as possible before it spreads on your buds but dont panic ! there is always a way out of trouble hope it helps ! happy growing if you need anything you can send me a private message goodluck :ok_hand::grin:
Experimentgreen answered grow question 3 years ago
Hey farmerB had PM and it didnt remind me anything of that, or bud rot. Youre early enough in flower that neem oil could be used...but, im thinking it may be spotting due to the cold temps, not be fixed by it. Can you change its night time temp at all? Even your daytime temps a bit low and in the range where a mold and fungus would thrive, less than 65 i believe.
If it reminds me of any fungus it'd be septoria, which wether it is or isnt, you wanna get in there and remove the affected leaves and dont let them touch eachother or anything else or it can spread.
Silky_smooth answered grow question 3 years ago
I read abouth spraying her leafs with a neem oil based solution and letting it dry out once its dry it lays a protective film over your leafs witch sunlight can penetrate tru but mould and mites have A problems with that maybe you can give it a try it is organic so it does hurt