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    White powder/dust on leaves

    There is a white powder/dust on my leaves that go right by the buds .
    What is this and what should I do to fix it? When I brush my fingers over it a lot of it comes off.

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    White Powdery Mildew on Cannabis Plants - Identification & Solution! (growweedeasy.com)
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      #3
      You see the caterpillar in the last pic don't you? You got some of everything.

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      • Gingerbeard
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        D'oh! Stupid real good live resin foggin' my brian.

      • Gingerbeard
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        Maybe it's a friendly caterpillar.

      #4
      WPM, white powdery mildew. You got yourself a pretty good case of it. Read the link Gingerbeard posted for you.
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        #5
        White Powdery Mildew…save yourself a lot of heartache - tent, light , a few fans and growing outside can fuck on off

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        • Ckbrew
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          After 2 years at this, I agree with bboyfromwayback . This may not be the case in other areas, but where I live I have written off outdoor grows.

        • bboyfromwayback
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          Sorry, I’m just a little sour from this year’s outside grow. A lot of daily tending to have everything goto crap right before harvest. I agree Ckbrew, your local climate makes all the difference. I’m sure everywhere has its different challenges but in my region where the humidity stays above 80% with lots of pop-up thunderstorms it’s not worth the hassel to me

        • Ckbrew
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          Don't blame you. Last year March to October, work work, work, then in the last 2 weeks WPM and bud rot everywhere.

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