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southindiansativa

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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.
Thought plant need more water during flowring.Lesson learnt will be in control from now.
 

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IMG_0266.JPG Can't remove the infected leaves almost 70% of the leaves at the bottom are infected.
If this is not Gona affect the harvest then in Gona leave it undisturbed😔

Gona stop feeding any plant with Panchagavya in future. Hope it suits only for open field.
 

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View attachment 5163 Can't remove the infected leaves almost 70% of the leaves at the bottom are infected.
If this is not Gona affect the harvest then in Gona leave it undisturbed😔

Gona stop feeding any plant with Panchagavya in future. Hope it suits only for open field.
What week of flower are you in? That's pretty aggressive sad to say. Now if that was me I would remove the ones that are infected the leaves are not gonna help you being on the plant like that 70% is a lot. So most infected and un treatable has got to go if it travels into the buds it's pretty much toast. @Sunshine said she saw PM I see that to and it looks like some bug problems too. That could be how ya got it bugs get spores of bacteria and fungus and jump from plant to plant and wind obviously. Organic fungicide is now a must. I could be wrong and this is why I asked if you water or foliar feed cause I do believe panchagavya also work as a fungicide. Cause I know if you leave milk out for a few hours and spray your plants down it works as a fungicide Another method is extremely high ph water. But here is a good homemade remedy
a couple options for ya
 

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What week of flower are you in? That's pretty aggressive sad to say. Now if that was me I would remove the ones that are infected the leaves are not gonna help you being on the plant like that 70% is a lot. So most infected and un treatable has got to go if it travels into the buds it's pretty much toast. @Sunshine said she saw PM I see that to and it looks like some bug problems too. That could be how ya got it bugs get spores of bacteria and fungus and jump from plant to plant and wind obviously. Organic fungicide is now a must. I could be wrong and this is why I asked if you water or foliar feed cause I do believe panchagavya also work as a fungicide. Cause I know if you leave milk out for a few hours and spray your plants down it works as a fungicide Another method is extremely high ph water. But here is a good homemade remedyhttps://youtu.be/waC02Yt7_lA a couple options for ya
But I would spray you panchagavya on the plants in flower I'm sure that stuff smells pretty ripe
 

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Day 30 and again early flowering stuck me. The seedling started to recover from week of rain and the flowering happened.
Only Cookies took some growth before flowering but all other strains i tried shoot early without getting any vegetative growth.
Dont know what should i try outdoor with this day/night issue. Other than landraces no other strain adjusted to outdoor weather. IMG_0307.JPG
 
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The rain's certainly an issue, this has stunted the plant/s badly which is impacting on your potential yield.
You're going to need to do something along these lines (see pic) to give you control over moisture levels and stop the rain from flooding them, without this you are the mercy of the elements.

These sip (sub irrigated planter) buckets are easy to make and worth the effort.


In terms of strains, hardy and easy to grow ones like Skunk #1 also longer flowering strains and landrace hybrids like some of ace seeds strains would be worth a try.
You can't go wrong with Skunk #1, The Flying Dutchman do a version called the Pure that is very resilient and high yielding, also not too expensive.
 
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Day 30 and again early flowering stuck me. The seedling started to recover from week of rain and the flowering happened.
Only Cookies took some growth before flowering but all other strains i tried shoot early without getting any vegetative growth.
Dont know what should i try outdoor with this day/night issue. Other than landraces no other strain adjusted to outdoor weather. View attachment 5351
Durban poison is my go to bullet proof outdoor strain always fantastic
 

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Yup rain might have stunted the plant but all the strains i have grown starts flower on day 30. Need at least 50 or more days of vegging to get a decent sized stealthy plant.
All the seeds i have bought from SSM germinated but the only thing i face growing outdoor is early flowering.

Have germinated Gorilla glue Auto from Fastbuds and Moby dick XXL auto from Dinafem. Will come up with a fourm once i transplant them.
 
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