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we have had a lot of rain over the past two weeks, so I did feed them again last night. as an outdoor in the ground grower I have always worried about feeding late in the season but I guess there is still 6 weeks left (give or take).  What got me was how it was just one branch on one plant and not the whole plant showing these signs. The other plants are fine, one shows a couple leaves yellowing but not like this one.

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If they are in pots, are your pots getting too hot? Try rotating pots. Are you feeding cold water? Needs cool water.  One specific branch is weird, maybe something is attacking a specific section of roots, if that’s issue I would try H2O2 to clean roots and add that extra oxygen. Maybe you need to think about chopping that branch if it’s diseased so it doesn’t spread. This one is hard 🤒 and weird  

I feed right up to last two weeks and never have problems flushing it all out. 

I hope we can figure this one out so I’ll know what to say when someone comes in with same problem lol make me look like a pro at work!

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Thanks man.  My grows are primarily outdoor, I prep the soil before transplanting, no pots. With the rain we have had here this year I have not had to irrigate much.  As time progresses it is looking more like just this plant had something happen to it, going to trim her up tomorrow and see what happens in the next few days.

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Hope it all works out. Hate seeing plants not fixable. 

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possible cause? Found this today on the plant next to it.

 

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possible cause? Found this today on the plant next to it.

 

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Cant quite make out what it is...is it Spidermites ??

But yeah...quite possibly the cause but if it is mites...thats a good way along

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seems to be Caddisflies, the egg sacs look the same and will be treating accordingly.  good thing I have tomorrow off work, lots to do again. 

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Hard to see in the pics mate, thought I saw little caterpillars, and all that white stuff, looks like a cacoon. But yer could also be fly larvae and egg sac.... whats the plan for treatment?

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it really does look like little catepillars  and they are a type of moth.  found this picture when researching of a caddisfly egg mass. The plan right now is to trim up all the ladies look over every leaf, remove any dead/dying leaves and spray a pepper water mist over them.  From what I have read they only eat rotting or dead plant material  and have a very short life span.

 

caddisfly egg mass

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Cool, so on the way to fixing it then mate, you got it all under under control 🙂

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