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LEARN TO DIFFERENTIATE THE MAIN FUNGI THAT AFFECT MARIJUANA CROPS
Mites, whiteflies, thrips, aphids, mildew, mold flies and Botrytis are the most common pests and diseases that can affect our marijuana plants. At Ganesh Grow we teach you how to differentiate what the plants have and from there how to treat it to eradicate the pest or disease.
The fungal infection is not initially seen in the flowers. Necrosis – moist, brown tissue near the site of infection – is one of the first symptoms to indicate a possible botrytis attack.
A lighter-toned spot on the flowers with a dark brown ring around it can also be a sign of infection with this fungus. Click here to read the full article
The Fusarium group is a soil fungus caused by six species: F. sulphureum, F. graminearum, F. lateritium, F. sambucinum, F. gallinaceum and F. culmorum ; Root rot is a soil fungus caused primarily by F. solani ; and the vascular wilt group is a vascular fungus caused by a xylem pathogen called F. oxysporu . Click here to read the full article
MILDEW AND MILDEW
Before symptoms appear, the leaf begins to develop a type of blisters, followed by a characteristic whitish powder that will take the place of the blisters; It will look as if the leaf has been dusted with white powder.
Powdery mildew is usually found on the upper part of the leaf, but sometimes it is on the underside, so it is not surprising that it often goes unnoticed. However, as the infection progresses, the leaves can end up completely covered with this white layer, even the buds becoming colonized, with subsequent losses in the quantity and quality of the harvest. Click here to read the full article