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Old 07-14-2020, 12:13 AM #101
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did you spray anything on the plant with the holes in the leaves?
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What were you thinking, phytotoxicity?
I had another thought too, Japanese Beatles?
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No spray whatsoever ...nothing has been needed ...believe it or not it’s actually just getting off the groundI just got back yet again we had another thunderstorm I am in utter heaven the ground is so soft I’m throwing stake after stake after stake in the ground...ganja bliss
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Old 07-14-2020, 02:07 AM #103
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There is something in Mac number one that is attracting a particular bug...It’s only on the Mac number one plants..Trust me it’s a non-issue..The damage does look like Japanese beetles
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Old 07-14-2020, 02:07 AM #104
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Growing the same mac1 in my garden and it as well as the plant next to it are showing the same thing. Noticed a Beatle today on it, gonna say it is definitely a Beatle.
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Old 07-14-2020, 02:50 AM #105
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Growing the same mac1 in my garden and it as well as the plant next to it are showing the same thing. Noticed a Beatle today on it, gonna say it is definitely a Beatle.
I believe so too..She must be tasty to this bug
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Old 07-14-2020, 03:10 AM #106
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Damn Star looks like you are a busy guy. Lookin good.
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Old 07-14-2020, 05:59 AM #107
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I believe so too..She must be tasty to this bug

Talented grower right there! Garden's looking great!


All the plants are coming into character now! The Blue Dream must be one of the most branchy sativas. Did you do some training to increase branching?



I am having the same issue with mine. I see japanese beetles, so that may be what is causing it. Lots of insect pressure this year with the regular rains. Saw leaf miner activity more than usual too. I don't apply any insect control, the insect damage isn't past the threshold to warrant insecticide application.



Keep up the green work! Thanks for sharing, brother!
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Old 07-14-2020, 11:58 PM #109
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All the plants are coming into character now! The Blue Dream must be one of the most branchy sativas. Did you do some training to increase branching?



I am having the same issue with mine. I see japanese beetles, so that may be what is causing it. Lots of insect pressure this year with the regular rains. Saw leaf miner activity more than usual too. I don't apply any insect control, the insect damage isn't past the threshold to warrant insecticide application.



Keep up the green work! Thanks for sharing, brother!
Hey pipeline thanks for dropping in ...been a long timeI’m gonna keep this grow as clean and natural as possible ... I want the marijuana as pure as can be...In regards to the blue dream ...she’s performing extremely well...She grows like a dream
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Star I’ve seen similar damage like you on certain plants of mine that looked just like that and they turned out to be cucumber beetles...those freakin Japanese beetles like to cluster around here and do even greater damage
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