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Old 09-02-2018, 09:32 AM #901
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Cooper, I have no experience in this manner, but as a general rule, find something that eats caterpillar and NOT your plants and add those living beings to your garden. All natural
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Old 09-03-2018, 01:09 AM #902
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Hey guys!

I need some help.I have a skunk plant about a month into budding. I live in Toronto and the plant gets about 7 hours of sun. It is in a 14" round planter pot. I water it most mornings with 3 litres of water which tends to run out the bottom quickly after.
I started using 24-8-16 giving it about a half tsp once a week. I also just bought some Gaia green 0-13-1 but havent used it yet.

The plant looked fantastic for a while but this week I have notice more pale leaves and a majority of curling leaves some having burnt tips.


Please help me be a better grower!
Hey true north,. Usually burnt tips indicate over feeding.
Usually when the npk numbers are in the double digits ( or when trying a new fertilizers) I start out using a quarter of the recommended amount that is listed on packaging.

Remember that different strains, different phenos, and different cuts from the same mom will sometimes have different fert needs based on environment and differing soil conditions. Start out low and gradually add more fertilizers till u see the tip burn- then back off and you'll be able to see what each plant needs.
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Old 09-26-2018, 07:20 AM #903
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That's what I was going to say Sarg
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Old 10-08-2018, 01:41 AM #904
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Problem with my seedlings in coco

Hi i have a problem with my seedlings in coco only 3 of the 5 are showing the issue . Which looks like burning on the leaves.
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How to get rid of scale on plants and the leaves?
I was told by someone that a garden center that I could use neem oil. Which I have on hand. Would this work to get rid of them? I don't want to damage the plants with neem oil if that's even possible.
I removed as much of the infected leaves as I could.
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How to get rid of scale on plants and the leaves?
I was told by someone that a garden center that I could use neem oil. Which I have on hand. Would this work to get rid of them? I don't want to damage the plants with neem oil if that's even possible.
I removed as much of the infected leaves as I could.
Neem will not harm plants when applied properly. Start with a good quality neem. Not the 70/30 neem mix. Put around a tablespoon into a shot glass. Then put a pinch of agsil(potassium silicate) and stir till homogeneous. Then mix that into a gallon of WARM water.
Karanja oil will also work the same way with some people recommending a 60/40 neem/karanja mix.
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