I posted earlier this year about germinating seeds. Everyone was very helpful, thank you!
I had another question. I’ve been having a challenging case of WPM on my Skywalker OG, Black Widow, and Bruce Banner plants. I used the mixture recommended by Robert on this site. 1 tbsp baking soda, 2 tbsp of vegetable oil, 1 tbsp of liquid hand soap, and a gallon of filtered water. It did work well overall, but I sprayed my plants deep into flowering. I managed to avoid most the buds directly, but the mist did seem to hit some of the buds. They aren’t damp at all and everything looks good except some of the hairs are all orange now instead of the white with a hint of orange they previously were. I did spray during the day as I wanted the plant to dry out since I didn’t want to increase the chances of excess moisture.
Looking back I won’t risk spraying the buds anymore, but I need to figure out a better way to prevent this WPM. Maybe smaller grow bags? Use the spray I made during the veg stages as a preventative measure? I’m running 4x 25 gallons grow pots and I don’t get a lot of direct sunlight this time of year and I’m forced to put a lot of the plants close to each other. I may reduce the size of the grow bags down to 10-15 gallons and go for smaller plants. This may make it easier to manage until I get a bigger backyard.
Is the sudden orange hair change something I should be concerned about? Any advice would be appreciated. Hope I didn’t hurt my harvest or quality too much. Thanks in advance!