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weed symptoms grow

Weed symptoms grow

The fungus causes poor water and nutrient delivery to plant leaves and flowers, resulting in death. It’s not only frustrating but has the potential to cause economic disaster after an otherwise successful grow cycle.

How do I know if I have bud rot?

If your plants are in the flowering stage, avoid using fungicides, Neem oil or sulfur because these treatments will change the taste, smell and appearance of the buds.

Treatment

As you attempt to catch bud rot, look between the cracks and crevices of suspect buds to determine if the core is rotting. If the core appears soggy and brown, bag the plant for removal and quarantine that area of the room. Next, sample and investigate the other plants to determine if the bud rot has spread elsewhere. If you find other infected plants, follow the same procedure.

Weed symptoms grow

Whenever the tops of your plants are too close to the grow lights above, it will cause the leaves to yellow and burn. The easiest way to spot this problem is to look out for the leaves that are closest to the light; they will begin turning yellow first and then it will spread to other areas to the plant.

Final Thoughts

Light Burn

Once you have cut off all the rot, keep a close eye on the buds for more and make sure the conditions stay where they are and you will be fine.

Bud Rot

Don’t freak out if something does start to happen to one of your plants, as it’s not the end! The best course of action is to view the signs and symptoms on your plant and then compare them to the symptoms listed below. Once you find the right match, continue your research and follow the instructions for how to cure it and within a few days you should see signs of recovery!