Lets see your 2019 outdoor plants!

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Buzzer777

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Youre on it though. Your experience is already handling it.
TY, but I really have no experience growing in stuff like what just hit..It gets odd in September but his year it's been odd all summer. Hardly ever got above 100d and the RH stayed relatively high for the desert...like 25%!
 
2hitPass

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Pulled a fan leaf a couple days ago that had a small amount of powdery mildew, didn't see any other spots. Is this something I should be worried about? Does PM start in the center then grow outward?
 
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Pulled a fan leaf a couple days ago that had a small amount of powdery mildew, didn't see any other spots. Is this something I should be worried about? Does PM start in the center then grow outward?
PM is systemic and spreads as a spore. It is easily eradicated with a mixture of baking soda and water and one drop of dawn dish soap. Outdoors it’s easily managed not like indoor. But if you are starting to see PM i would jump on it pretty quick. Proactive is the best solution:)
 
2hitPass

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PM is systemic and spreads as a spore. It is easily eradicated with a mixture of baking soda and water and one drop of dawn dish soap. Outdoors it’s easily managed not like indoor. But if you are starting to see PM i would jump on it pretty quick. Proactive is the best solution:)
That sounds easy. I'll just give her a good spray to make sure I didn't miss anything. Thanks for the quick response.
 
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That sounds easy. I'll just give her a good spray to make sure I didn't miss anything. Thanks for the quick response.
Step 1: Mix 3 tablespoons baking soda with 1 gallon of water.This is the baking soda we use: Arm and Hammer Pure Baking Soda. Step 2: Mix in 1 tablespoon vegetable oil, or cooking oil of your choice. This helps the spray to stick to the leaves. Step 3: Mix in 2 drops of dish soap to help emulsify.
You have to be diligent, it just doesn’t go away over night. And i would spray at night with lights out or sun is down. Leaves could get burnt from the vegetable oil. @2hitPass
 
2hitPass

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Step 1: Mix 3 tablespoons baking soda with 1 gallon of water.This is the baking soda we use: Arm and Hammer Pure Baking Soda. Step 2: Mix in 1 tablespoon vegetable oil, or cooking oil of your choice. This helps the spray to stick to the leaves. Step 3: Mix in 2 drops of dish soap to help emulsify.
You have to be diligent, it just doesn’t go away over night. And i would spray at night with lights out or sun is down. Leaves could get burnt from the vegetable oil.
Buds should be clean by harvest right? I'm approaching week 7.
 
Buzzer777

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yea, i couldn't find something to match it up to
I was trying to figure out just how one could even have a copper def., unles you didn't feed anything close to a decent fertilizer, (or Organic) with micronutrients. I hate the stuff, but I have seen posts around of nice Miracle Grow gardens, believe it or not!
 
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