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Old 10-01-2020, 03:00 PM #1
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Super Malawi Haze, 6 weeks to go and possible mold!

Hi Chaps,


I'm new to this forrum but have been an indoor man in the UK since the days of Sensi Seeds (cant remember what they were first called) and Northern lights was the first indoor seed.


For the last few years i grew sativa dominent strains and some tammed sats indoors.



Over the years i've had issues with Botrytis. It has always been towards the end of flowering, in an over crowed room with inadequate ventilation/air movement. I'm happy to say that this is something I only had durring my early years.


I now live in Southern Spain, but for the last few years have been limited to growing in pots, due to having to relocate several times.



This is year is my first true grow in the earth.


I have three plants, Super Malawi Haze, Goldern Tiger and a stunted Malawi x Pck.


This morning I noticed what appears to be some sort of mold on one of the young flowers of the SMH! I reckon that they have at least 5 weeks to go! The day time temps are about 26c but the night is droping to 15c. The spot where it is gets plenty of breeze/wind.


I've grown Malawi and Panama Haze in pots and never had a problem with mold. A friend of mine with no growing experience, who lives quite a bit higher up the mountain than me, also grew some malawi and PH last year and despite his limited knowledge and them only recieving about 5-6 hrs of direct sun, only had a little mold right at the very end


Once i figure out how to upload photos i'll post some pics so you more experienced outdoor gardener's can take a look.


Also, is there a spell checker on here?


Many thanks
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Old 10-01-2020, 04:34 PM #2
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Hola Hombre del mont

Looks like these two buds are gone bad.
I would suggest to have a good close look at all buds, search for early signs of early bud rot and later mold(botrytis), in some cases the cause could be caterpillars excrements or other foliar damage by pests which can start budrot. If you can, closely inspect the buds daily, with gloves and all possible cleanliness, open them slowly to check for dead leaves petioles inside the buds. It's what in most cases starts budrot outdoors.
Until they stay healthy you let her flower and as soon as you start seeing it more frequently, chop her entirely or just the infected buds. Your choice because only you can see the plant's development in person.
I hope it's a singular event and that she will be able to hold on for more weeks, but you need to be realistic and check things regularly, especially the weather.

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You might have some caterpillars?
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Thank you, that makes sense! I've seen one or two very small catapilars but thought it wouldn't be overly problematic. is there aything that youd suggest that i could use to remove the little fuckers. I have some neem oil?
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Thank you, that makes sense! I've seen one or two very small catapilars but thought it wouldn't be overly problematic. is there aything that youd suggest that i could use to remove the little fuckers. I have some neem oil?
I use eyebrow tweezers my friend(sterilise them after every use)
It's best to go through plant thoroughly over a day or two, then keep eye on her, daily
Caterpillars at an advanced stage, usually nest deep within the bud
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I use eyebrow tweezers my friend(sterilise them after every use)
It's best to go through plant thoroughly over a day or two, then keep eye on her, daily
Caterpillars at an advanced stage, usually nest deep within the bud

Thanks Red, Tomorrow i'll be out there with the tweezers.



As you can see from the buds in the pics, i'm many weeks from harvest yet; What other measures can i take to stop any more of the little fuckers hatching.
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Those flowers for camouflage are too cool lol.
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