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There is one more common garden pest that can wreak havoc on your burgeoning marijuana crop, and that is the garden slug. These pests are similar to a snail without its shell and can leave devastation in their wake. They feed on both roots and leaves of plants, and can often damage them at a faster rate than they can grow. This is why it is so important to keep a close eye out for them. Unlike other pests, slugs are easily visible to the naked eye. In fact, some slugs can be quite large, which ...
One of the more common things to affect your growing marijuana plants is a virus called the tobacco mosaic virus. Although it was originally discovered on tobacco plants, it can affect up to 150 different types of plant, including cannabis. Although this disease does not kill the plants, it does cause damage to them resulting in stunted growth and a lower crop yield. It is for these reasons that you need to be able to identify this disease as soon as possible.One of the tell-tale signs of ...
Another harmful disease to your cannabis plants is called pythium. There are three common strains of this disease, but for the purpose of this article, all of them will simply be referred to as pythium. Symptoms and treatments for all of them are the same.One of the first indicators of a Pythium infection is the yellowing of your marijuana leaves for no apparent reason. They will soon wither and die, and you might not even notice until it is too late. Also, the tips of the roots may be ...
Now that we have gone through the four most common garden pests that you need to be on the lookout for, you might think this is all you need to know before becoming an excellent marijuana grower. While it is true that you are well on your way, there are a few more things to address. Specifically, the presence of different types diseases or problems that can attack your plants. BotrytisBotrytis, otherwise referred to as gray mold or blight, is one that can grow on any plant, in any stage of ...