Just had a couple questions

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AllNewToThis

AllNewToThis

I grew for the first time last summer. My plants ended up getting WPS. Is there anything I can do to prevent this before it happens. I am southern Ontario and was told it’s common because of the humidly in the summer.
I also want to ask about pruning. When should I start and what leaves should I be taking off.
Any help would be great.
 
Patriot

Patriot

some people will say that no pruing , other will say to take the fan leaves at the end of vegetation mid flower.....i like to do this last one....whats WPS?
 
AllNewToThis

AllNewToThis

I grew for the first time last summer. My plants ended up getting WPS. Is there anything I can do to prevent this before it happens. I am southern Ontario and was told it’s common because of the humidly in the summer.
I also want to ask about pruning. When should I start and what leaves should I be taking off.
Any help would be great.

WPS is White Powder Mildew
 
Beachwalker

Beachwalker

I grew for the first time last summer. My plants ended up getting WPS. Is there anything I can do to prevent this before it happens. I am southern Ontario and was told it’s common because of the humidly in the summer.
I also want to ask about pruning. When should I start and what leaves should I be taking off.
Any help would be great.
Yes spray liquid copper fungicide weekly, I use it on my outdoor tomatoes but I also use it on my cannabis indoors

you can get it at Lowe's or Home Depot or any store with a gardening section or on Amazon

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mancorn

mancorn

I grew for the first time last summer. My plants ended up getting WPS. Is there anything I can do to prevent this before it happens. I am southern Ontario and was told it’s common because of the humidly in the summer.
I also want to ask about pruning. When should I start and what leaves should I be taking off.
Any help would be great.
DezmondG, is in Canada and was using Cyclone fungicide (with is organic). Need oil is good as a preventative. Another systemic biological is Actinovate (but not sure about availability up north). Organocide Plant Doctor is a systemic phosphorus acid and liquid cooper is also an organic solution. Think you're right to use them now before you have a problem, as none of them are very effective once you have an infestation.
 
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