Small spots on fan leaves.

DeepfriedNugs

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This is a single Indica dominant female. Grown in soil, outside. No nutes for almost 3 weeks now as I'm on the backend of flowering and I don't like to fertilize the last few weeks.

So she has these spots on her fan leaves. No other noticeable afflicted areas other then the fan leaves. What is this?

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Kindbud

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i see stuff on my outdoors everynow and again like that i wouldnt worry about it depending on how far the plant is flowering outdoors i use nutrients ohmost every watering until the last week
 

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This is a single Indica dominant female. Grown in soil, outside. No nutes for almost 3 weeks now as I'm on the backend of flowering and I don't like to fertilize the last few weeks.

So she has these spots on her fan leaves. No other noticeable afflicted areas other then the fan leaves. What is this?

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I wouldn't worry about those spots..... probably just some bug bites, jmo.
 

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Not to worry about bugs?...Looks like you have Thrips...

it's worth a google

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Look like bugs to me, you're close enough to finishing....no need to worry. The deer do more damage than the bugs, especially early in growth.
 

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Deers have never touched my plants during floweirng and once they are over a foot tall i never had probs with deers i wouldnt worry about those spots imo :48:
 

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