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yo, any one of you fine ganja gardeners got knowledge on what the fuck THIS shit is?

 

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dont look like insect exit holes, burrowing beetles or such thing. only plant out showing such swelling.

think its a random ace, or an easy sat, or maybe one of the other strains ive got out... fuck knows, but its got a funky stem... 

 

suggestions welcome.

 

 

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Had a nice down pour early on :)

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Next so called rain is on the 29th

 

great news for my auto mazars having sun for their finish but means more water runs for the photos. :mellow:

 

 

 

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That weather will change by 29th, apperently were getting another 6 weeks of sun over the 30c

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10 hours ago, tsk said:

yo, any one of you fine ganja gardeners got knowledge on what the fuck THIS shit is?

 

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dont look like insect exit holes, burrowing beetles or such thing. only plant out showing such swelling.

think its a random ace, or an easy sat, or maybe one of the other strains ive got out... fuck knows, but its got a funky stem... 

 

suggestions welcome.

 

 

Possible stem rot? Maybe even the roots?

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54 minutes ago, Exile420 said:

Possible stem rot? Maybe even the roots?

 

Yeah, very possibly as the soil is Sandy then Stony and poorly amended. Bit of a last minute plot. Rest of the plant looks like this...

 

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Bit of a puzzler how it's doing so well considering it's rubbish dirt... Can it grow this well with root rot? 

 

Thanks for the response @Exile420:cheers:

 

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@tsk if its roots mate she ain't going to last long, if it's just stem rot then it can be sorted

 

@beezee sure this guy knows a little more than me about stem rot ;)

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2 hours ago, Exile420 said:

That weather will change by 29th, apperently were getting another 6 weeks of sun over the 30c

 

Where 2 mate Cornwall??

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Not sure we're but can imagine the whole of the country try lol

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@tsk the split in the stem is not stem rot.

 

Is the stem oval/squashed looking? Could be a type of fasciation maybe? 

 

However on the first picture (could just be the picture, not very clear on my phone) around the top of the cage level there is a brown/grey area on the stem, thats more like what stem rot looks like, grey fluffy mould over a wet browning stem, usually starts at a node and spreads. 

Cut off those dead fan leaves!

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Thought I'd post some photos of this year's last minute outdoor auto grow. Already have plenty in jars so didn't really need it, but would be happy to pull 0.5-1oz per plant to replace my Killer Kush, with which I don't get on. Plants are Auto Euforia and Auto Duck.

 

I'm pretty pleased with how they're looking. Only problems are:

- a bit of speckling on a couple, which I will aim to help with some cal/mag and other feed
- some powdery mildew, which I was a bit shocked by, but apparently it likes warm, dry weather - I am removing all of this next visit tomorrow and spraying with baking powder solutions, or vinegar solution, or anything that people say works and which is safe during flowering
- being a bit dry for obvious reasons. They've each basically had 1.5 litres per week for a while, and they're doing OK, but I'd guess some of the lower yellowing leaves are due to this.
- One Auto Duck got nibbled by what I have deduced to be a small deer. It has recovered well though, as it produced good new growth and started flowering in the following week

 

These are all at day 45/46:

Bushy looking Auto Duck:

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Powdery Mildew:

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Flowering Duck:

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Speckled leaves. Some sort of deficiency I guess:

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Duck, one week post nibble:

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Auto Euforia flowering:

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Euforia 1-2 weeks into flowering:

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Flowering:

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Bushier Euforia:

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Are mine looking like there gonna stretch any morelarge.20180716_091644_opt.jpg

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@uberowl it seemed pretty all-around when I took the pictures - hence the splitting, but I'll look more closely next time I visit. That patch at the top of the cage is where the stem has been rubbing the cage in the wind. Many of my plants have this. Note for next year - wider cages...

 

Thanks for the response dude... :cheers:

 

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@tsk yes bigger cages are a must, i use 400mm dia and 600mm diameter ones, the 600s are perfect. Wetter weather and potentialy all the ones with main stem damage could of turned to mush! Keep a keen eye on the damaged areas.

 

August a few years ago was very wet and humid, I lost a couple to stem rot, heartbreaking once its got hold as everything above the rot is slowly doomed. Dead fan leaves against the stem is a classic cause.

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Yeah not stem rot, I've had that plenty of times. 

 

I'm sure I've seen that before, but I can't remember what it was so I'd guess you've got a bug growing in there. 

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