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Old 08-04-2018, 07:23 PM #21
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The BC x PA pic is missing.
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Old 08-06-2018, 11:24 AM #22
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some kind of stem rot?

Two days ago I noticed a few small "white heads" on the stem of BC x PA. I don´t gave weigth to it. I thought it would something like bird shit that grazed on the steam and then dried of. Today, while watering, I further noticed a small brown slough (+/- 5cm) along the borders of 2mm deep rift and also white heads on MA x PA.

Has anyone an idea, what this should be?

Do I have to kill the girls?

The conditions are generally very dry since last two or three month. Stem rod would be special.


Unfortunately I´ve been there without camera. I will post pics as soon as possible.
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Old 08-06-2018, 05:56 PM #23
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... picture one: infection of BC x PA´s stem. It seems like the infection is proceeding from a wound at the point were leafestalk and stem are hitting each other.
Is this treatable?
Picture two: The stem of MA x PA is getting bigger and perhaps only lignifies. The photo isn´t sharp enough to see it clearly. I don´t found a wound or something like that.
picture 3: overview spot 1: front left ... MT x AI flowering nice, front right ... MA x PA. backround from left to right four plants PHM x KC, next (the highest one) BC x PA, next EB.
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oye paisaje! welcome to the stem rot club!
grab a scalpel and scrape off the infected bark until you see no more bloddy brown streaks... no worries if you reach the center of the stem, them cannas can take a hell lot of abuse...make sure you disinfect the exposed stem with peroxide or something and cover it with some pruning paste...a drench with some fungicide and aspirin follows up...
this way you can put off the foretold death, the critical point being how long the rot will be fended off...
best senario the plant may have some time to produce buds...worst one I'll leave to you...

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good morning orfeas,
thanks for the welcome in club and the advices.


Tomorrow I will realize the operation.
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Old 08-24-2018, 03:08 PM #26
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Spot 1

Buenos dias!
things were going on spot 1 before and during my vacation.
I increased watering to 2x times 4 liter per plant and week. I also dissolved some "garden chalk" including Ca and Mg and added it to the water one time to increase a little bit the PH.

BCxPA: I treated the stem rot by 2 cuts (each +/- 15cm long, 5mm deep). Also I sprayed some mild fungicide on the leaves. She is stretching a lot and has begun to flower. Height: 2,3m.
EB: Flowering progresses. She`s bushy and looks relatively healthy. Height 1,8m. She receives more liquid organic fertilizer than the other plants.
PHMxKC (F1): All for plants have more yellow leaves than those of the other varieties. Perhaps she is not happy with PH modification. Branching increased a little bit. The latest to flower. Height between 1,8 and 2,0m.
MAxPA: Flowering has just begun. Branching has not increased that much. Height 1,9m.
MTxAI (F2): Flowering progresses fast. Very Thai leaning pheno. No hermaphroditism! She´s worth continuing breading with her. Her sisters on spot 2 are herming a lot. I pollinated her with some Zamaldelica pollen from an selected indoor plant. Perhaps I will harvest some viable F1 seeds for a indoor winter grow and a selection of automatic F2 offspring for outdoor season 2019.
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Old 08-24-2018, 03:39 PM #27
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Zam male

Initially I had 5 plants (4 Zam Standart and one Zam F2). The leaves of the young plants in veg stage had all the same slightly Malawi leaning look. They all began to flower +/- at the same time. (three males, two females) I selected the male with the most rapid grow speed to thrive along during my vacation (light/dark 10,5/13,5 Std.) and cut the top three nodes. The LST light at first had a distance of 50 cm to the tips of the plant. Back at home she was healthy and not burned from the lights. Now she gives me a lot of pollen.
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Old 08-26-2018, 10:38 AM #28
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last report on spot 2

Good morning all you gardeners and hemp aficionados!

Just before my vacation I decided to remove the two TT ladies, because they showed to much "bananas". This is second outdoors season with out reaching the goal to harvest non herm F3 seeds from this line. Those should be 100% automatic Muay Thai x Golden Tiger. The F2 step was realized indoor without problems and "bananas". Fortune not smiled on me and my limited number of plants of this line. I appreciate much the professional efforts of the ACE team selecting between dozens or hundreds of plants.

Additionally KC and the cuttings of BCxPA and MAxPA were eaten (probably by deer). Now on Spot 2 are remaining only two non ACE genetic plants (MTxAI F3). They are herming, but not that much as TT F2. I will not continue breading with them. Nevertheless these two will give me a harvest. They need only another one or two weeks to ripen fully.

During the last three outdoor seasons I worked with automatic varieties (based on Lowrider 2, Stitch 01 and Stich 02). They flower early enough and deers or other herbivores seemingly don´t like the flowering, resinous Cannabis plants. They also handle the outdoor conditions in my area very well (resistance) finishing early enough. The proportion of tropic long flowering genetics in my area can also be higher than in photoperodic lines. All this encourages me going on with automatic lines for guerilla gardening. ACE genetics will surely be included. Among others I´m dreaming of a GT or Zam dominant automatic line.
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almost all ladies in flower

Hi there,
here is my update.

-PHMxKC: One female has just begun to flower (1,5 weeks later than last year). The other one still don´t flowers. I killed both males, because preflower stage has lasted to long (no chance to harvest ripe seeds).

-MAxPA: 2. week of flowering, height 2,1m.

-BCxPA: 3. week of flowering, height 2,4m. Stem rot seems to be stopped.

-EB: 6. week of flowering, height 1,9m, she starts getting resinous.

-MTxAI (F2) auto Thai pheno: 14. week of flowering, very resinous, fat and elongated buds. Perhaps one or to weeks until harvest. Seeds of Zam pollination are developing well. There are still only seeds on bottom small branches.
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