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    Latest greatest non oily WPM treatment?

    What's everyone using for WPM that is non oily? That works. I'm concerned about the ill effects of oil on the trichs. Lots of hard buds on the plants. TIA.

    #2
    GWE recommended this. I just ordered some. I just read up on it last night.

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B076Z...b_b_prod_image

    https://www.growweedeasy.com/cannabi...powdery-mildew

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      #3
      Scissors, clip clip, I cut it out and it works, so far.

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        bboyfromwayback commented
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        I’ve been doing the same, so far it’s kept it from spreading. Only had it on a few leaves so far. Inside I have plenty of fans and keep the colas exposed so this is a first for me

      #4
      This stuff is a knockout blow when the Powdery Mold hits my veggie garden! Non-oily, active ingredient is Sulfur.

      https://www.amazon.com/Safer-Brand-5..._bap_d_rp_14_i
      I grow exclusively in large pots using soil comprised of the compost I make combined with Foxfarm or other quality commercial soils as an amendment. Appropriate nutes as needed. State of the art LED lighting and an evolving system of environmental controls allows me to pamper my plants and let them tell me what they need.
      My goal is epicurean quality rather than high yield.
      I'm learning how to create cannabis tinctures and hashish and I almost always use a vaporizer to spare my aging lungs.
      Despite my avatar name I'm generally amenable and helpful. So, if there's a question I'm qualified to answer, hit me up!

      -Grouchy

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        #5
        I like using peroxide as in this link:

        https://www.growweedeasy.com/cannabi...powdery-mildew

        The main reason I like this is that peroxide breaks down into water and oxygen. Nothing left over to contaminate plants or buds.

        My next option is the baking soda method. Leaves a residue, but it is easy to come off in the bud washing before you hang your buds. You do wash your buds right? I try and avoid anything that leaves an oil residue, and I hate the smell and taste of neem, and I don't know what is in the sm-90, but sounds like something I would be caution.
        Don't worry, be happy, grow sticky buds.

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          #6
          How far along in flower are you?
          Honestly If you have established buds, there isn’t much you can spray in flower safely.

          if you try anything, remember to do some reading and see how it will effect the buds. Don’t want to make your crop a “bad smoke”!

          Edit: I’d consider a PM wash with h2o2 water if your just about done. Don’t want those spores active during curing stages

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