buds turn yellow just one or two spots on each plant
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Post a picture of what the problem looks like. That would help figuring what’s going on.
Welcome to ILGM, @phfred. Pictures will help when you can post them, for sure! You may be restricted as to what/when you can post as a new member. You might also want to fill out a support ticket so we’re all on the same page.
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bud rot/light burn?
plants haven’t been wet in long time maybe light burn didn’t happen till I trimmed some shade
Could be multiple things. We cant really help without pics… could be light burn, or nute deficiency, or bug damage, or overwatering. Multiple of possibilities
At first look I was thinking bud rot but I do see some webbing when I zoom in. I believe you have spider mites. To be safe I’d suggest cutting off the buds that look that way. I still think it’s bud rot. Peroxide and water will help plus lower your humidity if possible.
For the spider mites peroxide and water will help. I use green cleaner for mites. It can be used during all stages of plant developement. I find it works well and is nontoxic.
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To me it looks like root rot and or over warting
Yup sorry. Still kinda hard to tell. Could u turn off the grow light and take a pic eith ur phone flash? Or remove the plant from the area and get a picture in natural lighting? It helps immensely with diagnosis