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Old 09-06-2018, 06:17 AM #11
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Technically, yes, the same fungus attack mature plants, but it's like a baby and a grown man getting the flu. The flu can easily kill the baby, but odds are it will just make the man sick, ya know?

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Technically, yes, the same fungus attack mature plants, but it's like a baby and a grown man getting the flu. The flu can easily kill the baby, but odds are it will just make the man sick, ya know?
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I find that a heating mat and a small fan is usually enough to keep damping off away. The heat from the mat cause the water to evaporate faster and at the same time the airflow increases this too at the surface where this stuff likes to grow. I’ve had seeds damp off before without the heating mat. I feel that colder damp environment is the most prone.
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Old 03-13-2019, 02:40 PM #15
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I had one seedling out of 50 Damp Off. It just fell over. I waited a couple days for a recovery, but it never came.

I gently pulled the seedling out of it's peat pot and starter mix, and put it in a short glass of plain water with a couple drops of h2o2 on a window sill. After about a week I noticed tiny hairs growing on the roots. I waited an extra few days and replanted it in another peat pot with the same starter mix. After a couple months, you couldn't tell it from the others.
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Old 03-14-2019, 02:17 PM #16
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I gently pulled the seedling out of it's peat pot and starter mix, and put it in a short glass of plain water with a couple drops of h2o2 on a window sill. After about a week I noticed tiny hairs growing on the roots. I waited an extra few days and replanted it in another peat pot with the same starter mix. After a couple months, you couldn't tell it from the others.
Nice save Tycho...most people wouldn't think to do that. Cheers...
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Just use EM1.. it will outcompete the soil pathogens..

If you have bad fungus then you defonately have a lack of beneficials..
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To avoid damping off, it is best to sow the seed in something that has very few bacteria in it, and an environment that isn't too humid.

I prefer bagged coco coir, with a feed of 0.4 EC of bloom food which stimulates root (P) growth and strong silvery stems (K) and a little epsom salt for magnesium which keeps the leaves green and alert, and a RH of 50%. You can use a humidity dome, without spraying water, just to slow evaporation.

You can also use rockwool instead of coco coir.

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Old 03-16-2019, 07:41 PM #19
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I live in Caribbean land surrounded by jungle, everything comes out mold. At the moment my best ratio of germinated, is using coconut sterilized in the oven 45 minutes, osmosis + hydroponic nutrients 0.8ec and 3ml/L of hydrogen peroxide. The cococoir allows to water several times a day without saturating with water, so the h2o2 reaches the roots also several times a day.
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I got some dirt mix, paid a bit extra for it to be organic, stuck my seeds in it. A day later the surface has mold fuzz sprouting up on it. I've got it in the house on a heat mat, if I put it outdoors in the sun the fuzz would die from the UV but it would be too cool for the seeds to quickly sprout.

No problem with dampening off, my seeds are coming up fine but this kind of thing pisses me off. Paying for a rip-off dirt mix that immediately molds. No wonder dampening off is such a common problem. It's also got the the chunks of black treated wood that hasn't broken down, the mold seems to like it. Since everyone quit growing in my area it's getting hard to find affordable grow gear.
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