URGENT help required.

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    Bdizzy

    Bdizzy New Member

    I've noticed a couple of my nugs have gone a bit brownish in color and I need to know whether I should harvest now to save the rest of the good colas or if the brown will pass. It's an outdoor plant an there's been alot of moisture lately.
     

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    Herb & Suds

    Herb & Suds Well-Known Member

    Bud rot
    remove all the dead bud and pray
     
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    GBAUTO

    GBAUTO Well-Known Member

    ^^^ this
    If you're lucky, there will evidence of a caterpillar. If not, you'll probably see more of this. Sorry
     
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    Bdizzy

    Bdizzy New Member

    I did see a caterpillar on one of the nugs but the other I didnt
     
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    Lordhooha

    Lordhooha Well-Known Member

    Oh nooooooooo bud rot are you indoors or out?
     
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    Bdizzy

    Bdizzy New Member

    I'm outdoors. I chose to jarveha earlier then I wanted to preserve the rest of the yield. First time grower here so I didn't really prep to not get budrot or other things
     
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    Lordhooha

    Lordhooha Well-Known Member

    You harvested? It wasn’t close to ready you could have let her ride. What did the whole plant look like?
     
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    Bdizzy

    Bdizzy New Member

    I had about 3-4 weeks left in flower so it was an acceptable loss. There were brown spots or leaves on a few of the nugs. I didn't want It to spread so
     
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    redeyedfrog

    redeyedfrog Well-Known Member

    Shame would've been a good learning experience for you. It's a frustrating experience but you gain heaps of knowledge
     
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    Bdizzy

    Bdizzy New Member

    How do you currently but not if you can? And how do you prevent caterpillars?
     
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    Bdizzy

    Bdizzy New Member

    Cure budrot*
     
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    GBAUTO

    GBAUTO Well-Known Member

    No 'cure' that doesn't render the flower toxic. Only thing we can do is remove the infected portions and try to change the real problem-wet and cold conditions. If it isn't possible to correct the environmental issues, you WILL continue to have bud rot.
     
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    Bdizzy

    Bdizzy New Member

    Glad I harvested tho. It's not a bad haul and I'm orepre happy
     
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    Bdizzy

    Bdizzy New Member

    Pretty*
     
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    smok3rbruce

    smok3rbruce Member

    I hope you did it man.
     
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    Bdizzy

    Bdizzy New Member

     

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