I’m pretty sure I’m dealing with leaf septoria at this point. I removed three leaves that had spot on them and just saw another this morning. Any advice on how to stop or control this from ruining my baby girl? Please help!!!
Any way you can post some pics?
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The strain is bruce banner from I love to grow. Using fox farm ocean soil in a 3 gal fabric pot. I’m growing outdoors and I live in Georgia. 80-90 degree weather and she’s about 5-6 weeks old. I water with minimum nutrients once a week.
Looks fine to me. Maybe a small PH issue. Do you add CalMag? Might help the issue as well! Happy Growing!
You will need Calmag with the trio. Fox farms seem to be too light on both. Just use it on your water only days so you’re not mixing it with the trio.