My plants have growths on the stems and leaves, any one have any idea what's going on?

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Beags707

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Idk if it will germ or not, time will tell. In the pic it looks like the fan if pointed down at the plants, could be the plant beefing up weak areas they are getting blasted by the fan
They all get a gentle breeze from fans, I don't think that is the issue
 
LexLuthor

LexLuthor

Looks like you are in a basement? Could be something like this :

There are many definitions of a “gall”, but today we are talking about “an abnormal growth formed on plants and trees, especially oaks, in response to the presence of insect larvae, mites or fungi.” These strange growths come in all shapes, sizes, colors, and forms. An Azalea leaf gall (Exobasidium vaccinii) caused by a fungus.
 
Beags707

Beags707

Looks like you are in a basement? Could be something like this :

There are many definitions of a “gall”, but today we are talking about “an abnormal growth formed on plants and trees, especially oaks, in response to the presence of insect larvae, mites or fungi.” These strange growths come in all shapes, sizes, colors, and forms. An Azalea leaf gall (Exobasidium vaccinii) caused by a fungus.
In my shop, I saw these "galls" on my internet crusade and it was the only thing in my mind that made sense, but there's nothing about weed galls, and these plants seem very happy and healthy there's a little bit of moldy mildewyness in the corners of the ceiling, but again I don't think that's the issue as most grows will have that
 
Beags707

Beags707

Looks like you are in a basement? Could be something like this :

There are many definitions of a “gall”, but today we are talking about “an abnormal growth formed on plants and trees, especially oaks, in response to the presence of insect larvae, mites or fungi.” These strange growths come in all shapes, sizes, colors, and forms. An Azalea leaf gall (Exobasidium vaccinii) caused by a fungus.
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QuindariousGooch

QuindariousGooch

Lol fungal is a possibility, but wtf kind?
Is anyone considering a virus here? Not saying that's it but it doesn't look like bugs, larvae, or fungus I've seen. If you can get the plant regenerated via tissue culture it would be interesting to see if it went away or it might be in the genetics and carry though. I mean tissue culture where you use a piece of leaf, stem or root to form cells. Those cells are then turned into new plants. Viruses can't survive this process. Any virus experts out there?
 
Beags707

Beags707

Lol fungal is a possibility, but wtf kind?
Is anyone considering a virus here? Not saying that's it but it doesn't look like bugs, larvae, or fungus I've seen. If you can get the plant regenerated via tissue culture it would be interesting to see if it went away or it might be in the genetics and carry though. I mean tissue culture where you use a piece of leaf, stem or root to form cells. Those cells are then turned into new plants. Viruses can't survive this process. Any virus experts out there?
Well I sprayed them with fungicide, even if im
treating cancer with penicillin . Flipped em and I guess I'll just keep everyone posted. 7 days hit them with switch.
 
Beags707

Beags707

Also not genetic. Different strain and run. Happened last run strain chocolate hash berry. Happened this run icc ( ice cream cake )
 
Beags707

Beags707

Is anyone considering a virus here? Not saying that's it but it doesn't look like bugs, larvae, or fungus I've seen. If you can get the plant regenerated via tissue culture it would be interesting to see if it went away or it might be in the genetics and carry though. I mean tissue culture where you use a piece of leaf, stem or root to form cells. Those cells are then turned into new plants. Viruses can't survive this process. Any virus experts out there?
Also sounds like you may be referring to something more like a redwood burl than a virus. But idk and appreciate any input
 
Mr.GreenthumbOG

Mr.GreenthumbOG

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You said it’s reoccurring? Clean and sterilize your space. Before the next run.
its fungal funk for sure.
 
Mr.GreenthumbOG

Mr.GreenthumbOG

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Multiple plants, happened on my last indoor run as well. No bugs inside of growths. Maybe it's the new lights, lux led 645 pro
It’s environmental.
You can grow it anywhere. But cleanliness with the girls is a must.
 
Beags707

Beags707

Tap water. But water is fine. Never was an issue before. All the cleaning between the 2 runs was bleaching the room and dehums over a weekend. Then new dirt and veg 24. Up until now day one of 12/12
 
GNick55

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I am thinking that is some type of virus that the plant has or some type of malformation due to genetics. Either way I would toss it.
genetics would be more like say 3 cotyledon leaves instead of two or 3 blades of a leaf are green and the other two are white.. that kinda thing is genetics, anything else is human error..
 
Marzcanna

Marzcanna

I don't think its genotype, its happing to multiple strains. Fungus or virus is my bet aswel. Move the plants and bleach the grow space and push through harvest, once done bleach again, Let it dry for a day and reapply once more.
 
Beags707

Beags707

So good news is I'm 8 days into 12 hours and everything looks good. Fungicide did the trick. Still don't know wtf kind of fungi but it's gone now
 
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