Stems are looking woody not green and healthy

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#1

Stems are looking woody not green and healthy. what could this be?
ps.Trying to recover from a stink bug infestation.


#2

Could be almost anything! @Candygrowja

More information and pictures are needed

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#3

I hope this is helpful. I will upload a pic tomorrow.


#4

Still need:

strain
What kind of soil are in the pots?
About how many gallons / liters are the pots?
What nutrients are you giving? Brand name?

How tall and wide would you say that plant is?

also if you are growing outside then you still have temps and humidity so it would be helpful if we knew those as well.

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#5

Need pic… :wink:
what your describing sounds like hardening off… which is normal with healthy plants… :wink:
Basically it’s turning into a tree…lol

:v: :sunglasses:


#6

Im With @peachfuzz a good picture of the plant would be good
Depending on stage of growth the base of the stem will look more like wood and it gets higher the taller the plant gets


#7

IT HAS MOLD ON IT!!! what do I do?


#8

Sulfur burning helps control wpm
Picture of situation helps


#9

Pictures will help us help you the most


#10

After inspecting the plants I have found some disturbing looking stuff. I am waiting on the pic to upload now.


#11

strain purple haze dad mix with a miscellaneous mather :woman_shrugging:t5:

What kind of soil are in the pots? local topsoil (Jamaica)

About how many gallons / liters are the pots? I don’t know.

What nutrients are you giving? Brand name? will add a pic in a bit

How tall and wide would you say that plant is? 2ft high and 2ft wide.

also if you are growing outside then you still have temps and humidity so it would be helpful if we knew those as well. I don’t have a way the get that just yet.


#12

ok, waiting on the pics! @Candygrowja


#13


#14

I have 4 plants 3 are the same genetics and all three are showing this problem.


#15

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#16

I don’t really see any problems except, in pic 1 pinch off that dying leaves.

In the second pic it looks like the stem split open where it forks? Is that what we are looking at? Is it healed or still actively splitting?

The stems are just getting strong enough to support the rest of the plant

I don’t see any mold?


#17

This is the one that seems to be ok.


#18

zoom in on the one with only 2 pics


#19

Thoughts!!

This black stuff???

look at that :face_with_symbols_over_mouth: … it seems like the stem is soft and the leaves have been infected.

what’s that stuff?

How does this plant look?


#20

Stem thickening and turning woody can actually be the plants response to pest or issue (natural defense) to pests is usually thicker bark UV encourages same reaction. The open split can be treated with grafting wax or honey it will reduce moisture loss and prevent infections while your lady recovers