Faith Posted January 30, 2015 Report Share Posted January 30, 2015 Hi stoners I have found a bit of trouble on one of my plants this morning. It came up overnight on a plant that was beginning to come really good after being neglected over the holidays. The medium is searle's premium with very few amendments, primarily perlite at about 305 I s'pose. Maybe a couple of handfulls of coco (NF). She is in a 430mm pot and is being bent and twisted a bit as well as tied They were really starting to make a go of it and I was feeling pretty good about the show and this morning I went to give her a feed and noticed this. It has been raining pretty heavey off and on for about a week, but I managed to get her dried out enough for a feed by chasing sun and bringing her into the laudry under an ordinary 4ft flouro pretty much so they wouldn't go to flower yet and keep her moving. I took her out this wonderful sunny morning and prepared her first feed of nutrients. I am using BAC organics, ggrow at the moment, at half strength, but this is her first feed. I figured the searle's would have heaps enough in it while she remained wet. Yeah, so first feed-previously just plain rainwater when she sagged a bit...just a tad around the base of the stem...occassional seasol foliiar and precautionalry eco-oil a coupla times.Until this morning I did not notice anything and she seemed super happy, well much happier than after the neglect and improving/putting on somenice new growth. I was only thinking what nice shades of geen I was seeing and feeling chuffed at how she came back. here are a few pics from yesterday with her siste-I thought they looked healthy considering? It(?) is only affecting one branch at the moment, the rest of the plant looks healthy. they've had a little bite out of em here and there but nothing drastic. Here is what I mean if you can see the spots (I have a hard time )The strain is hindu kush x reclining buddha and I was really hoping to get some flowers from her. I really want to grow organically eventually and these potting mix plants are a step in that direction for me. the spots are of a type I haven't seen before...maybe frangipani rust??? I don't know if anyone would have an idea or suggestions it would be awesome. No pests/eggs etc under the leaves and haven't seen any around the plants regardless, not even a gnat when a bit damp. I am going to put her in the shade, soak her in eco-oil again, then drown her in seasol when she's dry from that. I dunno?Have any growers had a similar thing happen to their plants? (it is only the one branch though) Thanks heaps for having a squiz and hope is there to get her right Peace and good growing to you allFaith Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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