Is this early root rot?

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GNick55

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once a plant is infected with pest or mildew or anything, it means the plant is unhealthy and has a weaken immune system than that opens the door for more issues,
 
Porky1982

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You have planted them to close together. You already have problems that will be hard to battle going forward!
I would look at defoliation and a heavy one at that to get some air flowing through them!
Leaves sitting on top of each other is not good!
 
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You have planted them to close together. You already have problems that will be hard to battle going forward!
I would look at defoliation and a heavy one at that to get some air flowing through them!
Leaves sitting on top of each other is not good!
They were Heavily defoliated and are almost fully ripe.
The problem now is heavy rain and falling over again.
The cacoon is Marijuana Moth ?!
 
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They were Heavily defoliated and are almost fully ripe.
The problem now is heavy rain and falling over again.
The cacoon is Marijuana Moth ?!
that weed will be only good for making oil or hash after a bud wash, i’d suggest 5% strength peroxide/water mix..
 
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Wipe that mildew on stem with 3% peroxide and tape it, check it every day and repeat it few times too. Powdery mildew is basically white mold, which grows thanks to oxygen, humidity.

That stuff looking like nest is most probably already matured powdery mildew. Carefully with cuting it because those spores could spread on places u dont want. I d firs wrap it in some foil while taking it off.
 
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Wipe that mildew on stem with 3% peroxide and tape it, check it every day and repeat it few times too. Powdery mildew is basically white mold, which grows thanks to oxygen, humidity.

That stuff looking like nest is most probably already matured powdery mildew. Carefully with cuting it because those spores could spread on places u dont want. I d firs wrap it in some foil while taking it off.
i see mildew all over the leaves… etc..
it’s in the buds
 
Gmix

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P mildew is in the plant it takes a while to show from infection to being visable if one part has it the whole plant does the spores get everywhere and are very difficult to contain. Seriously you will mess yourself up smoking pm
 
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Wow
Have any of you grown outdoors before?
My friends and I have done this since long before internet was invented.
If you dumped a crop every time you saw less than perfect leaves, you could grow many years for nothing before you kept a single bud.
1st of all there is no evidence I even have powdery mildew on the plants. So far it is just speculation. More importantly there is nothing on the buds. If you can't see it, smell it or taste it then is it there? Smoking this weed is the same as any other weed meaning taste etc.
No one has noted Anything different.
2nd the cacoon is from an insect.
Powdery Mildew !
Holy Chicken Little
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mike88

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Wow
Have any of you grown outdoors before?
My friends and I have done this since long before internet was invented.
If you dumped a crop every time you saw less than perfect leaves, you could grow many years for nothing before you kept a single bud.
1st of all there is no evidence I even have powdery mildew on the plants. So far it is just speculation. More importantly there is nothing on the buds. If you can't see it, smell it or taste it then is it there? Smoking this weed is the same as any other weed meaning taste etc.
No one has noted Anything different.
2nd the cacoon is from an insect.
Powdery Mildew !
Holy Chicken Little
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If you and your friends have been growing before internet was invented why have you been asking alot of questions on here? I would of thought that if you have been growing before the internet was invented you would be good at spotting potential problems with your plant's at least have some experience with deficiencies occuring early on! Like you've been growing (outside) before the internet was invented and never had a problem 🤣
 
DR.PNW

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2 plants shown.
Both same strain, nutrients, water, everything.
Plant on right is yellowing, left is not.
A lot of rain recently and the area of the yard where the right plant is located is wetter.
Any thoughts?
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Some phenotypes can be hungrier than others, the pale one looks like it just needs more food.
Also seeing that you had been dealing with leaf miners or thrips, worth de-fanning any damaged leaves to help keep the situation under control.
Copper sulphate foliar is the best and safest way to handle powdery mildew.
You are dealing with a lot of fungal issues, the most recent pictures have progressed to a severe state; I don't know what that is exactly but it should be carefully cut away and disposed of in a sealed plastic bag. Whatever the casualty to healthy plant matter because it will more than likely infect the rest of your crop.
As a preventative you should be de-fanning and trimming out much more of the vegetative growth to allow for air flow;
Air flow allows for circulation and moisture dissipation, and stops mold spores from settling.
Cover your plants when it rains or if there is change of dew.
 
Gmix

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Wow
Have any of you grown outdoors before?
My friends and I have done this since long before internet was invented.
If you dumped a crop every time you saw less than perfect leaves, you could grow many years for nothing before you kept a single bud.
1st of all there is no evidence I even have powdery mildew on the plants. So far it is just speculation. More importantly there is nothing on the buds. If you can't see it, smell it or taste it then is it there? Smoking this weed is the same as any other weed meaning taste etc.
No one has noted Anything different.
2nd the cacoon is from an insect.
Powdery Mildew !
Holy Chicken Little
No evidence holy moly have you looked at your plants
A pic says a thousand words
The evidence you posted and you can’t see it 🤣 and rebuke the fact < you have pm

Enjoy your moldy buds talk about trying to help a guy and his ego getting in the way
 
GNick55

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anyone with remotely any experience GROWING marijuana would never ever plant their plants that close..
i told ya when you posted this, that it’ll be nothing but problems and mildew, than in a later post with pictures during flowering your plants were overtaken with mildew badly.. which allows for all other pests/molds etc..
you need to keep plants healthy green as long as you can outdoors as it’s their best defence against the dangers of outdoor growing..
really there’s no such thing as fall colours and marijuana.,
 
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