Clawed and callused tips, help!

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Kohuhu

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Can't find anything like this on the net. Big bud clone gone awol. Tips have curled and gone hard and tipping wound has healed in to a round callus.


Any diagnosis would be appreciated.
 
Beachwalker

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Where'd you get the clone from and have you checked for mites?
 
BogartAmungus

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Where'd you get the clone from and have you checked for mites?
That's why I'll never buy or take in clones from ANYONE lol. If its mites you are FK'D. definitely want to quarantine and prevent spray for at least a week on anything from outside of your grow area. Looks like nutrients to me. My tomatoes will have new growth like that from herbicide drift sometimes from chemlawn.
 
Beachwalker

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That's why I'll never buy or take in clones from ANYONE lol. If its mites you are FK'D. definitely want to quarantine and prevent spray for at least a week on anything from outside of your grow area. Looks like nutrients to me. My tomatoes will have new growth like that from herbicide drift sometimes from chemlawn.
Oh man you're preaching to the choir! I've dealt with two spotted mites, and more than once🤦‍♂️ I'd never bring in a cut or plant from anyone, ever period!

OP can't quite tell from the picture but I would check right here with the strongest magnification I had available to verify or rule out russet mites, when I see twisted new growth mites are always the first thing I would recommend checking for
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Kohuhu

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Where'd you get the clone from and have you checked for mites?
Thanks for the reply. Grown from seed, took clone myself. Will have a close look for mites. What is tge treatment for mites if this is the issue?

Thanks again.
 
Kohuhu

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Your lights are to close, you over waterd or over fed.
Thanks for the reply.

This is the worst of about 60. Most are fine and treated the same so im not sure its a light issue. Possibly overfeeding/watering as recycled some mix that had been used to flower an indoor grow. Have repotted any shoeing negative symptoms.
 
Kohuhu

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Oh man you're preaching to the choir! I've dealt with two spotted mites, and more than once🤦‍♂️ I'd never bring in a cut or plant from anyone, ever period!

OP can't quite tell from the picture but I would check right here with the strongest magnification I had available to verify or rule out russet mites, when I see twisted new growth mites are always the first thing I would recommend checking for
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Thanks man will do that asap. What should i use to treat?
 
Beachwalker

Beachwalker

Thanks man will do that asap. What should i use to treat?
Well check first and remember that russet mites are nearly invisible except under a microscope, hold on I'll grab a picture to show you what I mean
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Not saying that's what's going on, just saying I see the curled new growth and something unusual on the stems to check
 
Kohuhu

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Well check first and remember that russet mites are nearly invisible except under a microscope, hold on I'll grab a picture to show you what I mean
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Not saying that's what's going on, just saying I see the curled new growth and something unusual on the stems to check
Thanks for the help. Sprayed them with maverik, see if that clears it up. Few other pics.
 
Beachwalker

Beachwalker

Thanks for the help. Sprayed them with maverik, see if that clears it up. Few other pics.
Well check first and remember that russet mites are nearly invisible except under a microscope, hold on I'll grab a picture to show you what I mean
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Not saying that's what's going on, just saying I see the curled new growth and something unusual on the stems to check
I recommended you check first to make sure that's what's going on, no sense in treating plants for something they may not have
 
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