I’ll try not to be too long winded…
The weather in Texas was brutal this year. Lot’s of 100+ degree days in May and August. Then 13" of rain in September. Not conducive to a successful outdoor grow. Most of the autos were really small because of the heat.
I have one more auto that I think was a seed from a hermaphrodite I grew last year. But here’s the deal. It should have been done 6-8 weeks ago. It’s just now starting to show trichomes. There were 2 others that were pulled long ago. Here’s a photo of the plant.
With all the rain in September and the really dense pack of the leaves, I think the middle of the plant got mold. The plant seems to be sort of dying from the bottom up. There’s also odd spots on several leaves.
I have no idea what’s going on. Is there a way to save it? Is it mold?
what is she eating?
Because it’s been so wet, I watered once since early September and used bloom nutes at that time. When it was really dry, I usually used Recharge and liquid seaweed. When I was watering, the ph was between 6.4-6.8.
have u tested the ph of ur rainwater?
No I haven’t. Would rain water be an issue?
its been in the rain thats what you mean when you say its been wet, right? yes ph the plant is exposed to is importanr
So, no nutes since September? Looks to me like a potassium deficiency.
Post one pic per post, that way we can zoom in.
Correct. Way too much rain. I’m reluctant to add ph’d water to already saturated soil. I’m guessing the rain is ph neutral. (7-7.2)
So, no mold? The last couple pics show the brown/dead areas.
im no expert but she looks hungry to me
Without being able to zoom in, can’t tell if there’s mold or rot.
I’ll repost one when get back from getting my clock cleaned on the golf course…
Hope this helps with zooming. I’ll post another one.
Thinking that all the rain we got may have washed any nutrients out of the garden, this morning I mixed some bloom fertilizer, Recharge, and liquid seaweed to a gallon of water (6.5 ph). Supposed to be sunny and 85 for the next few days. We’ll see what happens.
I still don’t know whether I have mold or not. And I still don’t know why an auto is still growing at 4-5 months…