Updated pics of my 2 outdoor babies in New England


Flowering…??? Week 4 I think…

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You should post to the same thread you made before so all who are watching can chime in. Making a second thread for same thing may get you less help because they are watching the first thread.

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I have seven outdoor plants In MA and am really struggling with caterpillars and bud rot, which I think gets hold because of the caterpillar damaged begin with. Are you having similar issues?

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I havent figured out how to post to same thread i created

Click the circle top right. The one with a single letter in it.
Now click on your name in the drop down.

Next click on ummmmm crap. Activity.

Look through and find said post. I think once to it you can flag it so its saved under your flagged posts.

Its a bookmark. At bottom of post it has a little drop down menu for controls. Click that then click the flag/bookmark and it saves under your bookmarks

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No bud rot or catepillars here. I think I have a mite issue. Which I will deal with next week when my Dr. Zymes arrives.

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Let us know what you think of this stuff. Always looking for good treatments.

Captain Jack’s Deadbug Brew and Safer BtK along with 3% peroxide all work well for different things.

How about some closer shots of your damaged leaves so we can weigh in on what is gnawing on it.

2 different plants

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Also concerned about 1 indoor…

Heat stress on the upper plant. Can’t tell on the other one: too dark.

Shade cloth or a parasol during the heat of the day: remember a cannabis plant is happy at temps YOU are happy with.

Temps are good here now. 70-80 daytime. Other one i will repost pic at halftime…

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    September 29

Heat stress on the upper plant. Can’t tell on the other one: too dark.

Shade cloth or a parasol during the heat of the day: remember a cannabis plant is happy at temps YOU are happy with.


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A buddy of mine grows outdoors only. He has more problems animals like deer, wild boar and flooding. He planted 12 plants early Spring and only had 2 make it to harvest.

I’m glad I can’t grow outdoors with all the problems I’ve heard about since joining.

I think my only issue is russet mites…i cant grow tomato here either because the leaves turn and then plant dies…i am hopimg dr. Zymes can help. I have indoor grow also.

Where in New England are you…??? I am in MA and this year I have 6 beautiful babies outdoors…

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I am in MA, also. Great plants! Those pics you saw were my crop from last year. No outdoor this year, just indoor. Wife and teenager shamed me into the basement :slight_smile:

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Where in MA??? I am on the North Shore… This year I have 6 outside and 9 indoors…

I got 6 flowering plants, three newborns, and a couple hundred lady bugs, at the moment. I’m about 20 minutes outside the 495 belt in north central MA

Ladybugs are good…they eat the pests that destroy our plants…:grin::grin::grin::grin::+1::+1::+1::+1: Wish we had ladybugs here… :disappointed:

They have feasted on my aphids!

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