Pests and Problems

  • A quick guide to Diagnosing your cannabis plants problems

    A Quick Guide To Diagnosing Your Cannabis Plants Problems

    Use the following photos to quickly diagnose your Cannabis plants! Although many of the problems of the marijuana plant are really related to problems with the pH. Here are pictures to learn about the problems, deficiencies, or symptoms. Boron Deficiency Problem: A boron deficiency in cannabis is relatively rare, and…

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  • how to get rid of powdery mildew during floweringing

    How To Get Rid Of Powdery Mildew During Flowering

    How To Get Rid Of Powdery Mildew During Flowering. Powdery mildew can affect any part of the plant, it appears as a kind of “white powder”, which causes deformation of the leaves, buds, and lack of flowering. One of the main challenges that both beginner and experienced and seasoned growers…

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  • Powdery Mildew Control During Cannabis Growth

    Powdery Mildew Control During Cannabis Growth   Powdery Mildew Control During Cannabis Growth, the best way to control powdery mildew is to control the environment in which your flowers are being grown. The proper temperature, proper lighting, right amount of nutrients, sun or false lighting, and all aspects of growth…

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  • How To Get Rid Of Whiteflies On Marijuana

    How To Get Rid Of Whiteflies On Marijuana

    How To Get Rid Of White flies On Marijuana Probably all or most marijuana growers have at some time or another an infestation of whitefly, those tiny whitish mosquitoes that  can leave our plants sick or even worse destroy them completely. In indoor crops can be very susceptible and infestations can quickly…

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  • Garden Pests Thrips Control

    Garden Pests Thrips Control  WHAT ARE THRIPS?     When growing your favourite fruits, flowers or veggies in your garden, sooner or later you’ll have to deal with thrips feasting on your plants. Usually, the first signs of Thrips on Marijuana will be the visual damage they do to your plants’…

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