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Sulphur and gypsum, use peletized in the fall to adjust ph for spring. Use powdered to make quick adjustments. It will depend on soil type. Have you done any soil tests?
No. Need to buy a tester.
 
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Starting to fill in!
 
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Those other two fell over with all the rain. Got em back up today. They should bend back tomorrow
 
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That Vaseline hit the bottom stems of all the plants. This rain was just bringing the slugs! Itworks too! I've seen them at the bottom of Vaseline trying to figure out how to crawl up it. Just ordered some green lacewing seeds also. Saw a few aphids. Not a big deal outside, got snakes, and birds, etc...but they make me so nervous. I put an ant killer at the bottom of every plant. This is seeming to keep them away from the plants. If you see ants on your plants, chances are, next you will see aphids. Ewww. Ants bring the aphids to the leaves to eat, so after they get full, and take a shit, the ant comes and eats it. Ants love eating aphid shit. Eeewwww!
 
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The watermelon, spinach, and mushrooms, are now fresh castings. Top dressed all the girls. The worms are everywhere in this garden. For sure more than last year! Got the fishing nightcrawlers, and the little reds. Really hoping the sulfur foods will bring the funk! This round, they will get same food, but gonna add bananas. I understand worms take 2 months to eat the food, but I got roots coming into the worm towers, so the plants are already coming to eat.
 
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Sulphur and gypsum, use peletized in the fall to adjust ph for spring. Use powdered to make quick adjustments. It will depend on soil type. Have you done any soil tests?
Sulfur will lower soil pH but it's a pretty slow process that can take multiple seasons.
Gypsum won't change soil pH. You need lime (or something with carbonate in it) to raise soil pH.
 
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Adding kelp to foliar spray. Also gonna turn on the uvb today. Put them on a 3 hour mid day. Excited to start this flower season! Wishing everyone a fat, dank, harvest this year!
 
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Cried like a baby today. I have no idea what this is. It's a raised bed. Everyone is in same soil. I watered them. Hoped that would help. I already lost 3 plants from dumb ass using vaseline on stems. Now something is happening to 3 more, and I have no idea what it is. Am crushed because there is no medicine in michigan. Everything is hydro flushed crap. Am very concerned for my mental health if I cannot make yield. Not going back to pharma pills.
 
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Man, fuck this shit. So godamn tired of this.
Lost my lemon blue girl. She is my best medicine plant. She is blue dream x o.g. kush. Then crossed to sugar black rose. She is so lemon from the o.g., and blue from the dream, and even more floral from the rose. She just relaxes after first hit. So upset to see her go.
Lost cookies, but those were for fun/flavor, so i can deal with that. But now I'm losing "fucking incredible" which is afgani x Burmese. If you've smoked s sherbert, you know the chill the burmese brings with her. And looks like the tangie is starting to go also. So fucking excited to run an orange line, and now she might be going also. Word is, the orange lines are uplifting and happy. So pissed. So FUCKING pissed. Sorry rant over. Sincerely a suicidal farmer. (Jk)
 
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Cried like a baby today. I have no idea what this is. It's a raised bed. Everyone is in same soil. I watered them. Hoped that would help. I already lost 3 plants from dumb ass using vaseline on stems. Now something is happening to 3 more, and I have no idea what it is. Am crushed because there is no medicine in michigan. Everything is hydro flushed crap. Am very concerned for my mental health if I cannot make yield. Not going back to pharma pills.
That looks like fusarium wilt. Not much you can do for them now.
But don't ever grow there again, as it is likely to happen again if you do.

By the way, are those all clones from the same plant?
 
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That sucks man. Sorry to see it.

What are the symptoms besides wilting?

Any chance you could grow inside over the winter?
 
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It's a raised bed. Everyone is in same soil. I watered them.
The best way to prevent fusarium:
  • Rotate your grow location with other fusarium-resistant crops like legumes or grasses. Avoid growing where nightshades (tomatoes, potatoes, etc.) or cucurbits (squash, cucumbers, etc.) were grown previously.
  • There is evidence hairy vetch grown through the winter and incorporated into the soil prior to your main crop suppresses fusarium.
  • Promote high colonization of your plant's roots with beneficial (mycorrhizae) fungi through inoculation, and soils with low phosphate levels (in solution). Minimize phosphate fertilization. You can remove large quantities of soil P by growing and harvesting mature (dry) beans or peas.
  • Regalia is probably the most effective organic treatment for fusarium. However it is only a preventative. I don't think there is any curative treatment for fusarium, organic or otherwise.
 
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The best way to prevent fusarium:
  • Rotate your grow location with other fusarium-resistant crops like legumes or grasses. Avoid growing where nightshades (tomatoes, potatoes, etc.) or cucurbits (squash, cucumbers, etc.) were grown previously.
  • There is evidence hairy vetch grown through the winter and incorporated into the soil prior to your main crop suppresses fusarium.
  • Promote high colonization of your plant's roots with beneficial (mycorrhizae) fungi through inoculation, and soils with low phosphate levels (in solution). Minimize phosphate fertilization. You can remove large quantities of soil P by growing and harvesting mature (dry) beans or peas.
  • Regalia is probably the most effective organic treatment for fusarium. However it is only a preventative. I don't think there is any curative treatment for fusarium, organic or otherwise.
This is no till regenerative. Always use same soil. Never change. Innoculated with mycorrizae.
That looks like fusarium wilt. Not much you can do for them now.
But don't ever grow there again, as it is likely to happen again if you do.

By the way, are those all clones from the same plant?

That sucks man. Sorry to see it.

What are the symptoms besides wilting?

Any chance you could grow inside over the winter?
I have a 3 x 5 indoor. Am thinking on filling her with my medicine plant this winter.
 
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