What is go'in on here?


#1

Noticed this a couple weeks ago and thought I would just keep an eye it. There are 3 stems on the same plant that look like this. Everything else looks fantastic! The other plants are fine. Just this 1 is do’in this. Any thoughts or advice? Think’in bout just cutt’in those 3 stems outta there. In the last pic u can clearly see which 3 stems they are!

Thanks all,
Gilly


#2

Separate the plant. It looks like its more then those stems notice how other leaves are starting to crule under… try seaweed extract.


#3

Look at the crystals. What color are they milky?


#4

Can’t move the plant cause it’s in the middle of flower stage! Rest of the plant is fine, just the 3 bad stems. Trichomes are clear, way to early ta hack!


#6

they are exposed to something because of the pattern of damage - light to much,( that side) (a hot spot on mylar) enviromental


#7

Why just the 3 and not the ones right next them??? They ALL get the same treatment. Besides watering and nutes I also rotate my buckets 180* every other day, that way my buds get all the light they need!


#8

same thing happened to me. Except every branch was affected by a wilt problem,except for 2-3 branches that were unaffected. So, i cut the affected nugs off and have let the remaining nugs finish the flower cycle. Should still yield 2 ounces.