Category: Diseases and pests of cannabis
Use row covers for cannabis plantingUse row covers for cannabis planting
The best results are achieved when worm collars are used. This product is designed for use with growing cannabis. Use worm collars to see the best results in grooving cannabis.
Use screens on doors, vents, and windows for growing cannabisUse screens on doors, vents, and windows for growing cannabis
We provide the best conditions for our cannabis plant Install insect-proof screens on all doors, vents, and windows of your indoor growing space. This exclusionary measure is similar to adding
Use row covers for your cannabis growing..Use row covers for your cannabis growing..
Row cover best choise for cannabis growing. A row cover is a lightweight, transparent material that can be used to protect plants in cold weather. Let’s take a look at
Mulch soil for the cannabis plant.Mulch soil for the cannabis plant.
Mulch soil best choice for the cannabis plant Mulching involves covering the soil with a material layer in an outdoor plot. In topdressing containers, you place the mulch on top
The whole cannabis plant is wilted, and you see pests.The whole cannabis plant is wilted, and you see pests.
SYMPTOMSThe whole plant wilts. Leaves and buds dry up and are webbed together with silvery webs (usually during flowering). Tiny bugs cluster at flowering tips. DIAGNOSISmites: two-spotted spider mite (Tetranychus
The whole plant has weird growthThe whole plant has weird growth
These are probably strange growths that you usually see on the whole weed plant. Although they cause damage to the body and are very harmful, there are still some benefits
Leaves cannabis have tiny speckles or stipplesLeaves cannabis have tiny speckles or stipples
SYMPTOMSGray-white to yellow pinpricks (stipples) appear on both sides of the leaves. Many stipples form in lines parallel to leaf veins. Look for delicate webs on leaves. DIAGNOSISmites: two-spotted spider
Leaves cannabis have ¼-inch (6 mm) or larger round spots or blotchesLeaves cannabis have ¼-inch (6 mm) or larger round spots or blotches
SYMPTOMSLower leaves develop small, ¼-to ½-inch (6 to 13 mm) pale ocher or light brown spots. Tiny, black fungal fruiting bodies appear inside spots. Spots grow larger and may have
Leaves cannabis have angular spotsLeaves cannabis have angular spots
SYMPTOMSLeaves develop small, angular, light brown spots. The spots are angular because their growth is limited by leaf veins. Spots may enlarge to nearly ½ inch (13 mm) in diameter
Leaves cannabis are discoloredLeaves cannabis are discolored
SYMPTOMSLeaves turn yellow, hang, and then turn brown and die. Look for stipples (pinpricks) and fine webs on leaves. DIAGNOSISmites: two-spotted spider mite (Tetranychus urticae), carmine spider mite (Tetranychus cinnabarinus),