More pikz !! 49days in

Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by Loudpack516, Jun 10, 2018.

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    Loudpack516

    Loudpack516 Active Member

    Getting frosty and dense
     

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    ganga gurl420

    ganga gurl420 Well-Known Member

    You either have a mite issue or a really bad calcium deficiency
     
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    Loudpack516

    Loudpack516 Active Member

    I don’t think it’s bugs cause I’ve been looking ever since I got that tip I’ve slowed down on the cal mag recently so maybe that’s it
     
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    Loudpack516

    Loudpack516 Active Member

    Look at this pik
     

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    Loudpack516

    Loudpack516 Active Member

    Omg you were right plz help me !!! Look
     

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    ganga gurl420

    ganga gurl420 Well-Known Member

    I'm very sorry to hear that! I don't deal with mites so I wouldn't be the best person to ask. But you are almost done with flower so be careful to how you handle it.
    But before you grow anything else...I would take care and clean your area. Also check house plants to see if they have any. Other wise you will keep having issues.
    Truly sorry.
     
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    Porky101

    Porky101 Well-Known Member

    How did you spot this by the photo?? it looks like a cal def. Well spotted.


    You cant eliminate spider mites, they lay eggs and create multiple generations in a day. They become immune to whatever insecticide you throw at them pretty fast. Spider mites are a nightmare. Harvest this plant carefully not to spread eggs. Clean yourself thoroughly afterwards. Fumigate your tent and clean with a strong bleach solution. Be ready when they return anyways, inseciticidal soap is a useful non toxic remedy to keep them at bay. You wont win. You can only live with them.
     
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    ganga gurl420

    ganga gurl420 Well-Known Member

    Because there is slight drooping with the edges of leaf curling up slightly. A good sign of mites.
     
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