Update and a couple of questions

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Well, got through the 5 days, of nearly 75 inches of rain.

I have a question.

Se of the slower growing plants are looking like the the pictures. Seem to be growing light green new leaves. Anything to worry about?

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There are also a couple that seem to be a light green colour overall. I muted and gave cal/mag approx 36 hours ago.

They are light than the picture suggests.

All input greatly appreciated.
 

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I had to go away for a few days again. They probably didn't get moved around as much by the Mrs, but they seem to have finally taken off and growing faster.

That's unless they are starting to flower.

What you wise gentleman think?
 

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Thanks Weedhopper.
I think there are a few pistols appearing as well. As far as I can tell all 10 that are left are females. I dumped 2 when I got back home that were starting to grow obvious polling sacks.

I'm a bit surprised, because this was a late season test grow for me, and the seeds I used were from buds with lots of seeds.

I wasn't sure whether the person had stuffed the grow, or it was just bad seed genetics.

Because of the ratio of females to males I have, I reckon he just had no idea and stuffed the grow.

The 2 I had to dump had also had some stress issues early on, so maybe not surprising they were male or Hermie.

I'm thinking the seed genetics may not be too bad.
 

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A couple of the slower plants are developing spots on the leaves.

I'm thinking more call/mag. I don't seem to be having pest problems except for the two Kelpies having passing tastes as they walk past lol.

Your excellencies input is always appreciated.

Here is a close up of the leaves.
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Muggyweather do you have a loop to look under your blades for Spiter mites. Could be mites. You could rule bugs out with a loop. Good luck.
 

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Hey Ness,
I have something I can use to have a look underneath the leaves. I've already had a look and can't seem to see anything. 3 plaMuggynts have the issue and it doesn't seem to be spreading to the other plants.

I'll have another look in the morning.

Thanks for the input.

Muggy
 

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There are so many things I have to learn. Hope you fine out what the cause is. Luck your way.
 

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A couple of the slower plants are developing spots on the leaves.

I'm thinking more call/mag. I don't seem to be having pest problems except for the two Kelpies having passing tastes as they walk past lol.

Your excellencies input is always appreciated.

Here is a close up of the leaves.View attachment 290010





yep , sure looks like spider mites

i have had real good luck knocking them down with Pyganic


good luck and keep us posted
 

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Thanks for your help folks.

I moved them away from the others yesterday and have treated them with Seasol mite and aphid spray.

It's an organic spray we have here in Australia. I don't think the US has it.

Hopefully the healthy ones stay that way and this knocks the mites over.

Thanks again
 

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Hey Wise Ones,

Once again I have been away for 5 days. There was a fair bit of rain predicted, so I left the plants on an airy light verandah, although based on today it doesn't seem like there has been much Sun.

As suspected some are starting there flowering stage as a result.

I have a couple that as a result of recent stresses I think have turned Hermie.

I'm just looking for urgent confirmation as soon as possible.

Once again the advice is greatly appreciated.
 

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