Looks like Wilt? Suggest a treatment?


#1

Looks like I’m losing this one.


This plant is wilting, but is it “Verticillium Wilt” or Fusarium Wilt? And maybe I don’t care, just how to treat it.

This a Gorilla Glue, from clone. Harvest would be in maybe 2 weeks, if I try to keep it.
Outdoor grown, FFOF soil base with added worm casings, coco fiber, perlight, etc. Adding CalMag and organic bloom nutrients, with pH water weekly. 7 gallon pot with saucer.

Sprayed heavy with Serenade bacillus subtilus(sp?), also spraying Spinosad for caterpillars. I have 10 plants near harvest, don’t want this to spread. Should I be treating the soil? Is there a better fungicide than Serenade bacillus subtilus?


#2

oh no!! bud rot… the only way ive heard about solving that problem is to cut it out like cancer. i havent grown enough to have this problem yet. sorry for your loss


#3

can you at least separate any healthy plants from the diseased ones?


#4

I’m familiar with normal bud rot, and this is not it. In the early stage I thought it might be nutrient burn, small leaves turned yellow, because I’m over feeding a little in flowering cycle. But now colas are dying off, and probably half of the plant is infected.

I cut off most of the “bad” colas, and can drag the 7 gallon container farther from my other plants.
@basementstealth


#5

i wish i knew more. @raustin


#6

I would cut off everything that looks bad, all of it, and try to save your good plants. You might consider harvesting your good plants early.


#7

@Budlite listen to @raustin shes very knowledgeable


#8

I really know very little about bud rot except that once you have it you really can’t get rid of it and it spreads extremely quickly.


#9

Looks like that plant has been fried


#10


I initially cut out the bad branches and moved the plant away from everything else. Sprayed and soaked with peroxide spray and a bacillus sprays. There actually are green buds in there with ripe trichomes, but I chose not to be tempted, and cut it all down for garbage. I did not save the soil.


The roots are rotten, kind of a puffy fiber.
My lessons learned are that you can’t save a plant with wilt.


#11

Looks like bud rotor sever root bound


#12

Buds look fine, just looks like the leaves are cooked


#13

This was my first thought when I saw these pictures, I thought it was the worst nutrient burn I’ve ever seen, I’ve been wrong before though


#14

Happy b-day buddy. You going gray yet?


#15

Lol no, and I get those damn cakes mixed up all the time too, it’s actually my one year anniversary here LOL


#16

Close enough I reckon. Hey, you grow scrog style right? Have you seen the flux method. If not, look it up, I found it on growweedeasy


#17

I think I’ve read about it before @HornHead but i would need to go back for a refresher


#18

I just looked it up lol.

Lots of outdoor growers have been pretty much doing the same thing for a long time

This one was done using twenty two 9’ bamboo sticks and string

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#19

Happy anniversary, @TDubWilly!

Did I do this already? Hmm.


#20

Lol ill take :v: happy anniversaries