Plants have yellow leaf septoria and I need help bad

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I recently found out that my plants have yellow leaf septoria and need to know what I should do to keep it at bay, I have already been clipping off everyday the bad shit but it is getting to the point where some of my plants will have no leaves left but the bud still seems good. Someone told me about copper fungicide but not sure if it is safe on a budding plant and how should I use it if it is safe, and I had another mention hydrogen peroxide and water but again is it safe and how should I go about spraying the plant. Any help would be much appreciated.
 
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You're "safe" option is Sulphur based. It's called safers 3 in 1 or Safers defender. You can spray fruit you eat a day later. Strawberries and stuff. You really soak the plant. And the top of the soil. It's organic. And I don't know of anything else you can spray on actual buds. Aside from home remedies. Like chamomile concentrates. Alcohol. Peroxide. Stuff like that.
 
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I recently found out that my plants have yellow leaf septoria and need to know what I should do to keep it at bay, I have already been clipping off everyday the bad shit but it is getting to the point where some of my plants will have no leaves left but the bud still seems good. Someone told me about copper fungicide but not sure if it is safe on a budding plant and how should I use it if it is safe, and I had another mention hydrogen peroxide and water but again is it safe and how should I go about spraying the plant. Any help would be much appreciated.
I assume your plants are outside?
Mulching helps, as it prevents soil from splashing up onto the leaves when it rains. That's where the septoria comes from, the soil.
 
Aqua Man

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have pics? Probably should confirm you have septoria before you do anything. Seen that misdiagnosed soooo many times.
 
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I appreciate your timely reply. We are now treating with dr zymes and in hindsight wish we would have used it as a preventative all along. We lost 75% of our crop in about 3 days, it moves fast! Our advice now is if anybody ever even suspects it to get on it! Hard lesson learned.
 
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lost 75% in 3 days? can’t be because of septoria.
all photos almost show different issues..
leaf hoppers, not a big deal..
some septoria,
signs of overwatering or underwatering,
naturally turning yellow this time of year.
are these in the ground?
what is the soil like? did you fill the hole with something and been feeding or is she surviving from the earth?
 
BFarmer

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These leaves do come from different plants, I just thought it was the same issue. All outside we have 21 plants in 30 gallon pots at one location and 6 in the ground in a huge hole filled with compost dirt at a different location. We are feeding calmag, flower fuel 1-34-32, and a little all purpose miracle grow 24-8-16 then pH'd to 6.5 weekly in tap water after it sits 24 hours. The 21 plants got decimated! but new leaf and bud growth is looking healthy. Slim chance we'll be able to harvest 1/3 of what we originally anticipated.. The 6 other big girls started getting the tiny white spots on lower leaves and underside of canopy. Had to remove alot of leaves that were dying and defoliated anywhere there was limited airflow. At that point we only were spraying with bt and saw little to no catapillar activity. Madly researched and began treating with Dr Zymes which appears to have stopped the progression of the white spots. The affected leaves eventually die after the spots get bigger and brown and the leaf yellows. The buds are unaffected so far on these 6. Keeping fingers crossed and counting on Dr Zymes! Definately will use regularly for prevention moving forward. I'll try to attach photos of a few of the 21 to give an idea of how bad they got hit.
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These leaves do come from different plants, I just thought it was the same issue. All outside we have 21 plants in 30 gallon pots at one location and 6 in the ground in a huge hole filled with compost dirt at a different location. We are feeding calmag, flower fuel 1-34-32, and a little all purpose miracle grow 24-8-16 then pH'd to 6.5 weekly in tap water after it sits 24 hours. The 21 plants got decimated! but new leaf and bud growth is looking healthy. Slim chance we'll be able to harvest 1/3 of what we originally anticipated.. The 6 other big girls started getting the tiny white spots on lower leaves and underside of canopy. Had to remove alot of leaves that were dying and defoliated anywhere there was limited airflow. At that point we only were spraying with bt and saw little to no catapillar activity. Madly researched and began treating with Dr Zymes which appears to have stopped the progression of the white spots. The affected leaves eventually die after the spots get bigger and brown and the leaf yellows. The buds are unaffected so far on these 6. Keeping fingers crossed and counting on Dr Zymes! Definately will use regularly for prevention moving forward. I'll try to attach photos of a few of the 21 to give an idea of how bad they got hit. View attachment 1166570 View attachment 1166571 View attachment 1166572 View attachment 1166573 View attachment 1166574
Thanks for the pics and I have to ask...

Why the added supplements and nutes? We're you trying to achieve something?

You would of been better off using just water, then use an all in one nutes solution as you go thru the cycle.
 
BFarmer

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The 21 30 gallon pots are a mix of mostly peatmoss, vermiculite, pearlite, and a little compost. As far as I know this mix doesn't offer the nutrients the ladies need particularly in flower. I feed based on my best (though limited)understanding of what they need. And I have very limited experience! I appreciate your advice! What is an all in one nutes solution? Does it have the extra K&P for flower?
 
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The 21 30 gallon pots are a mix of mostly peatmoss, vermiculite, pearlite, and a little compost. As far as I know this mix doesn't offer the nutrients the ladies need particularly in flower. I feed based on my best (though limited)understanding of what they need. And I have very limited experience! I appreciate your advice! What is an all in one nutes solution? Does it have the extra K&P for flower?
i dont endorse any products.
for simplicity, lets use FOXFARM since its a widely known fertilizer.
Grow Big is used in the veg stage.
Bloom is used in the flower stage.


Mix in the water and feed every other day.
Observe how she reacts and adjust if needed.

Whats your end goal?
 
BFarmer

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My end goal is to have plenty of clean, fire smoke that helps me with my growmies ,my daughters, and my physical and mental issues. Hopefully we successfully dry and cure dense, sticky, stanky nuggs😛 I will definitely look into the nutrients, thank you for the advice...
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. Realistically, It's more of a limited budget that affects the decision than anything else. Feeding 6 big plants here and 20+ at the other spot has become very costly. We should have set money aside for pest prevention and feeding when initially purchasing seeds& soil. The learning curve is kicking my ass hard, believe that! I'm posting pics of the leaves I've removed the last couple days. Last night was the 3rd time I sprayed Dr zymes (stronger mix-1/2c/gal) and I feel like I need to know what to do next! New white spots are not appearing and it seems like fewer are actually dying from the white spots that were there when I started. I don't want to stop treating too early and don't want to overtreat! Does anyone know when I should go into maintenance? Or advice on how to proceed? And what does maintenance look like? I'm grateful for any help!
 
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