First time Outdoor grow..help

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    Dani story

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    Need some advice few of our outdoor plants they each have different issues going on

    My alien rift is turning purple to almost black, looks like lower buds are dying off, top looks good


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    Plant number 2 Maui waui the leaves are yellowing and dying

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    Is that mold in the first pic? The yellow leaves are hungry. Have you not sprayed or fed?
     
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    The lower half of the plant looks like that, deep purple almost black, don’t know if mold or not, they have been sprayed with neem oil once a week and they were fed terp tea on Sunday and top fed 10 tablespoons of terp tea on Tuesday
     
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    More pics from alien rift, just started raining here when I just took those pics
     
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    77BE84CB-38A0-42E0-B2EC-7175285B7C38.jpeg This one is doing awesome about 4 feet from the alien rift
     
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    You have bugs and looks like ph issues. Nute lockout maybe
     
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    Nute lockout or burn, or your soil has gone sour. Did you put peat in it when you planted? You've got crispy tips and a purple plant which makes me curious what your overnight low temps have been, and if you've cut back watering and fertilizing yet.
    The purple bud may just be genetics; some strains go nearly black when temps dip into the 50s or even low 60s overnight. I don't see rot on the buds themselves. That's more like sections of the bud start to look grey and either slimy or fuzzy. Yours look healthy.
    However I see what looks like mold on some of the sugar leaves. That is not good, and should be removed from the plant immediately. Look where you see white fuzz over dark patches. Google 'powdery mildew' for verification.
    If it spreads to the buds, you're in trouble. And if it spreads to the other plants it's bigger trouble. You're close enough to harvest that you might just want to take that one down early for safety, and dry it in a location that you won't use for the rest of the plants later.
    The leaves look scorched. The combination of types of damage shown are consistent with cold, wet, acidic soil. This is common when growing in peat based soil in cool temps. No more fertilizer, and go easy on watering as it gets cooler and growth slows.
    Good luck!
    Edit: plant in third pic is too far from harvest to stop feeding. Light flower nutes, foliar spray with GHMicro on whatever you can hit without wetting the buds, your may need to pH adjust your solution but let us know about the peat situation first.
     
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    Why were you spraying with neem oil weekly!?!
     
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    Going by advise from a friend on using the neem oil, just got other stuff from grow store called AzaMax
     
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    Don't use azamax at the end of flower, it goes systemic and can cause allergic reactions when smoked. Also it's not a fungicide so wouldn't do you much good.
    This close to the end, concentrate on proper feed/water and physically remove any moldy parts or bugs, this is not a safe time to apply 'cides, no matter how safe the bottle says they are.
     
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    Also, there is some evidence that cannabis hyperemesis syndrome is cause by neem oil. IMHO, it is never a good idea to just treat the plant with things when it doesn't need them.

    I think they could be starving. I don't know what the NPK is for terp tea, but 10 tablespoons of tea is hardly anything, especially for large plants like you have.
     

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