The Screenhouse 2012 in the
The Grow Room forums; Originally Posted by Joedank
Dude nice!!! That thing is titties
So here is my insight use tricoderma hazrioum 22 (t-22) ...
Thanks for your insight on that Joe. I will look into the t-22. I used bt in the past but only as a foliar when I had budworms. I definitely can't say forsure that it was mosaic but I did get massive leaf drop. What makes me think mosaic is that I sometimes get the crinkle, or twist leafs, very subtle but many say its a tell tale sign for mosaic. At the same time ive heard that small leaf mutations can be heat stress and it gets hot where I grow. My first 2 years growing in the location I never had anything even remotely close to what happened last year(3rd year), just vibrant green all throughout season. Its one of those things where I stressed out soo much and read so much on the internet trying to figure it out that by the end your just as confused as when you started. It could have also been extreme salt build up, and yeah the smarties did not do well in my SoCal climate, i just didnt like them at all. My plants are always healthier when they are in the ground. The rust and crazy blotches showed up in literally like 4 days in mid flower and then it kept getting worse. I had just major leaf blight and some of the really sickly plants had brownish green stems that seemed to creep. Could have also been leaf spot disease. Anyways I appreciate your advice Joe, you definitely recognize the symptoms im speaking of. This year I rototilled the whole greenhouse floor about 2 ft deep and the plants are going in giant holes only filled with new soil because I fear the soil outta last years smarties is no good. Also im mixing some crab shell 2-3-0 in my soil because ive heard it has benefits against diseases and fungal problems. So im taking precautions, just not gonna worry about it too much, this year im just gonna try and have fun. I have tons of pics I attached some you can see how it just mauled my fan leaves last year lol
Originally Posted by Joedank
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Thanks owl welcome
Originally Posted by Theowl
Thanks buddy appreciate it.
Originally Posted by babysas
Nice Zig!!! That screenhouse is smart! Nice ventilation but still ultimate protection ! Should be a bountiful season I'm sure I'll learn quite a bit, I'm subbed.
Thanks Brandon! I definitely couldnt afford to not have the ventilation down here in socal
Dude wow !! For getting attacked they still look big and phat!
Did you check the rootball per chance? I over amended and overeferted it caused salts to build up and locked out in a few sensitive ones rare but happens..
Now I ment to say you would NOT have mosaic if you HAD massive leaf drop as it causes twisting .
CROWN rot or root rot from under then over watering or burying your rootball too deep...
I am not saying anything like that happened just going over posable senarios as this one has me stumped..
Now I have a few sativias that as they ripen they defoliate fast! It's strange a-13 being one ( but I still got a six footer of it vegging to go out the 15th .
Glad your attitude is right for sum feel good cronic have a great year..
Edit: from the pics I see it is a watering issue I watered at my norcal outdoor spot twice a week at first but never got the 15 footers the neighbors got then I watered everyother day holy shit the difference is crazy big mutha fuckers top three inches dry ? I water outdoors ... In 500 gallon 4x4x4 boxes
Last edited by Joedank; 05-03-2012 at 07:45 AM.
good shit here!
were did you buy the screen material??
Subbed! Loving the screenhouse!
+rep and subbed, looks like you are off to a great start! I am also curious to where you got the screen and how much it costed. I am very concerned about budworms where I live as just having the back door open a few hours allowed moths to lay eggs on my indoor plants, cant imagine how bad outdoor would be with no screens
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