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Sunshine

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Day 35 and Fire cookies are into flowering ! I dont see a difference in the flowering period between autos & photos in outdoor Indian weather.
Should I try in open field instead of pot next time !
That's interesting, day length must be around 14 hours or less at the moment then?
Would be cool to grow one in the ground and see how it fares in comparison! A raised bed would be awesome :)
 

Dr. Longbeard

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Always run threw your check list. How is the ph? Could be a cal/mag problem but from the picture it looks to me like a black spot fungus. Check around were you are growing there maybe other plants around that have it and its Infecting your plant fungus is a funny creature it needs the right conditions and when it does It can be a big problem. Take off infected leaves and completely get rid of them next up would be an organic fungicide how late in flower are you. And if you do find the black spots on different plants in the area get rid of that also. But don't worry people on here will help. Oh and you said that it happened last year too so it's that time of the year were the conditions must be just right again from were you are from I bet it has been humid and moist lately.
 

Sunshine

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I agree with @Dr. Longbeard does appear to be a combination of fungus, powdery mildew and overwatering (crunchy tips) @southindiansativa
It looks to be affecting the least healthy growth/leaves. In flower the plants use quite a lot less water and you need to be in control of this variable, being on top of this will help prevent issues. Plants in good health are much less susceptible to problems.
 

southindiansativa

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Always run threw your check list. How is the ph? Could be a cal/mag problem but from the picture it looks to me like a black spot fungus. Check around were you are growing there maybe other plants around that have it and its Infecting your plant fungus is a funny cre ature it needs the right conditions and when it does It can be a big problem. Take off infected leaves and completely get rid of them next up would be an organic fungicide how late in flower are you. And if you do find the black spots on different plants in the area get rid of that also. But don't worry people on here will help. Oh and you said that it happened last year too so it's that time of the year were the conditions must be just right again from were you are from I bet it has been humid and moist lately.
Was using Panchagavya organic fert lately, it might have caused the fungal infection.It starts from the bottom leaves and gradually catches up.
Day temp is around 37*C so can't be much humid.
Will remove the infected leaves from the Cookie.
 
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