Please Help Me Is This Mildew?

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Is it powdery mildew?

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EventHorizan

EventHorizan

So everything you got has come from clones purchased?
never mind i seen... You know that its theory that all clones purchased come with PM... I have always heard that you should quarantine all clones/plants you bring into your grow room, so that you can make sure you dont introduce pm into your room... Future advice
Alien rift! Thats awesome!
 
Wisher619

Wisher619

ok so from what I have seen in the pictures
I know you have......................MOLD!!!!!!
which is not bad at all.....it is prt of the soil food web
it is perfectly fine...if anything it may benefit the uptake of nutrients
there are many microbes and benifical fungi that cause all kinds of "fruiting bodies" if you will
there is literally nothing to worry about

if you are super stressed and cant stand looking at it without having an Anxiety Attack
cover it with some more coco
or get yourself some panda film and cut a piece out that can cover the entire top of the pot with a slit to slide it over the stem of the plant

but lets not stress unless you start seeing white fuzzy stuff growing on your leaves

smoke a bowl and relax
 
Tempy

Tempy

ok so from what I have seen in the pictures
I know you have......................MOLD!!!!!!
which is not bad at all.....it is prt of the soil food web
it is perfectly fine...if anything it may benefit the uptake of nutrients
there are many microbes and benifical fungi that cause all kinds of "fruiting bodies" if you will
there is literally nothing to worry about

if you are super stressed and cant stand looking at it without having an Anxiety Attack
cover it with some more coco
or get yourself some panda film and cut a piece out that can cover the entire top of the pot with a slit to slide it over the stem of the plant

but lets not stress unless you start seeing white fuzzy stuff growing on your leaves

smoke a bowl and relax
thx for your advice!!!!
 
hermit186

hermit186

I have grown a long time outdoors. 30 years and then moved indoors your doing ok even with your short coming's
If you have that much invested I will watch and help all I can. There are others here even if they don't agree with me who grow bigger and know more and most will help.
When I moved indoors I learn a lot right here and read till the wee hours many nights.
What I did was what Sea said keep it clean and you be the control factor.
I don't care if I buy it from the best coco manufacture. I cook it to 165 degrees for 3 hrs and let it set overnight.
In my case I started with a green house and ended with a Laboratory and damn near as clean.
I read a book that Sea talked about in a post not sure of exact name, The basics of commercial green house management.
I stopped buying Dutch seeds period. I don't buy someone else's problem I grow my own.

I must put this in I grow for a few people who can't or shouldn't grow there own. Several of them buy here and I have not had near the problems 100% sprout 95% keepers. The fem's here are twice as good as others I have grown. Not necessarily the smoke but the problems are fewer. In the old days would start 10 fems and finish maybe 6. From here is 8 or 9 out of 10. I don't recommend anyone I use numbers to judge the product There a bit heavy on the weight projections. When you buy from several of the "great breeders" and the management says it great and yours looks very little like the picture they say you caused it. Here you can e-mail the folks who grew them in my case 3 times and damn got answer that wasn't it's your fault right off the bat.
I have used seeds from our northern friends, No match for here but very good much better than the Dutch.
I have grown seeds from down under and they are in Third for me but Have not grown but 3 times with there seeds .
Read the book and build a sprout and clone area small and clean clean clean right to the razor blade you cut the clones with. You can't catch it if it never comes to your grow area.
I will answer any question but I may not be your best advice but will say this He or she is here and they will help it's why they are here. I write long answers because your problem can be easy to see but is much harder to fix is best to not need to fix.
I use coco and buy the bricks I use the fine and course together fine on bottom and course on top.
I sterilize and pre treat with Cal25 low lvl's I always leave it set for 24 hrs before I use it.
I am not saying you should but am trying to get you to see this is not simple and not easy.
I once chased my tail for a grow in the end because I cut up every root ball
I found the three plants someone put there cigarette butt in the pot.
I trained my best mutt. I saved him from the being gases and they call it a humane way to end there problem.
He new what was coming told him your going to learn to smell root rot. He might be a mutt but his nose is worth a hell of a lot to me. He can walk thru and sit and point at the one that has it.
The crest you see as my avatar is Army Ranger Don't ever give up, suck it up and less get after it.
Now all of this is meant for you to use and fit to your situation.
The dumbest question was the one no one asked!!
 
hermit186

hermit186

CNN hehehe Because I responded to the PM and didn't look close enough. All I see is a bit of nutrient residue.
I also see some mold.
I said that PM is bad for lungs I was just making a point.
Why did I jump on it look at the pictures if that is not a serious problem I need to go back to tomatoes.
I will buy beer for everyone of those plants that's not got root problems but that is my opinion and in coco root bound is is showing on several plants and he needs Silica
I also noticed that after I kicked the dog a lot of the very best are here helping. I openly admit many here no more than me but at least several of the best are helping now. I realized he was floundering a bit and good news is not how to get someone's attention.
I have seen much worse. and did it myself and here is where my answers came from.
 
EventHorizan

EventHorizan

CNN hehehe Because I responded to the PM and didn't look close enough. All I see is a bit of nutrient residue.
I also see some mold.
I said that PM is bad for lungs I was just making a point.
Why did I jump on it look at the pictures if that is not a serious problem I need to go back to tomatoes.
I will buy beer for everyone of those plants that's not got root problems but that is my opinion and in coco root bound is is showing on several plants and he needs Silica
I also noticed that after I kicked the dog a lot of the very best are here helping. I openly admit many here no more than me but at least several of the best are helping now. I realized he was floundering a bit and good news is not how to get someone's attention.
I have seen much worse. and did it myself and here is where my answers came from.
We know brother.. Its all right... we know you just want to help... but calm down,,, i wont let no one take your baseball!
 
incogneato

incogneato

I put some fresh coco from a bag in a cup and did the test again and its still making fuzzy sounds
That's what h202 does, not a good test honestly
ok so from what I have seen in the pictures
I know you have......................MOLD!!!!!!
which is not bad at all.....it is prt of the soil food web
it is perfectly fine...if anything it may benefit the uptake of nutrients
there are many microbes and benifical fungi that cause all kinds of "fruiting bodies" if you will
there is literally nothing to worry about

if you are super stressed and cant stand looking at it without having an Anxiety Attack
cover it with some more coco
or get yourself some panda film and cut a piece out that can cover the entire top of the pot with a slit to slide it over the stem of the plant

but lets not stress unless you start seeing white fuzzy stuff growing on your leaves

smoke a bowl and relax
Well said. We are all growing together so we learn from each other.
Sorry to always tag you guys into threads but I KNOW you will give the right advice. Two of the best teachers on here, not to leave anyone out by any means but much respect!
 
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