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Discussion in 'General Indoor Growing' started by thcjoshthc, Mar 23, 2020.
What are all these white dusty
Your crop is destroyed. Wait until the mildew looking stuff turns amber, then dispose of it in your favorite way. Personally, I burn them... one bowl at a time.
Welcome and good job on your grow. They look good.
If you're serious...
From my brief experience growing, wpm is hard to detect on a plant like yours- covered in trichomes. I found it on larger fan leaves and get nervous and probably lose a great deal of quality trim removing trichome covered sugar leaves. I try to keep a close watch. Looking through a jeweler's loop helps. It tends to look a bit webby in my experience.
If you see it on your fan leaves, theres a good chance it's on the sugar leaves as well. Check inner and lower growth. Mine began when I "borrowed" a fan from my flower tent. I've sprayed and now have 4 fans going, plus a variable speed intake fan.
Yeah look at your fans if you're worried. All im seeing in those pics is heady frosty goodness.
I was just giving ya guys ****. Thank you for the compliments guys ..everyone I've communicated with has been awesome !u guys are the ****! Even when people knew or thought this cant be serious,some one still tried to help. This is a great community hope I didn't piss no one off!
Caww. Thanks for showing me what to look for brother!! I actually figured someone would show me what it looks like cuz I've never seen it so thanks man
Here's a better pic of it on a teichome covered sugar leaf. I found this on a plant I harvested tonight...and honestly, its what I thought I might have noticed on one of your pics
Awesome thanks for the reference now I know what to look for I actually just started flush and my humidity is at 79 and I can't get it down without a Dr humidifier
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