Clawing / Curling Leaves

by Nebula Haze High temperatures can making growing cannabis a lot harder. Droopiness, nutrient deficiencies and overall slow growth are common symptoms of heat stress, whether your plants are indoors or outdoors! Complete Indoor Air Circulation and Exhaust Tutorial We already have tutorials on controling heat indoors, as well as how to help outdoor plants...
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by Nebula Haze Emergency Resources for Sick Seedlings! Sometimes the hardest part of growing cannabis is getting started. If you've never gardened or planted a seed before, you may have to learn everything from scratch. And with expensive and hard-to-get marijuana seeds, there's a lot of pressure to get things right! At GWE, we have resources for...
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by Nebula Haze The following symptoms are for when your cannabis leaves are "clawing" or curling up or curling down. I'll give a short explanation with pictures of each problem, plus links to the solutions! Fix this common (but hard to diagnose) marijuana problem today!     Nitrogen Toxicity A Nitrogen toxicity is the result...
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by Nebula Haze Most indoor cannabis growers use fans to blow air around within the grow area. This creates a nice breezy environment that cannabis plants love. But sometimes there can be too much breeze! Be Careful! Too Much Wind Causes Clawed Leaves and Sometimes Spots When there’s too much breeze, the affected marijuana leaves will start getting...
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by Nebula Haze Table of Contents Why Flush Cannabis in the First Place? Which growers should flush? How to prevent the need to flush How to Flush a Sick Marijuana Plant (without harming it) How to Fix Incorrect pH Without Flushing   Why Should I Flush My Sick Marijuana Plants? The main reason to flush your...
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by Nebula Haze Broad mites and hemp russet mites on your cannabis leaves are so tiny they are practically impossible to spot with the naked eye, and still very difficult to see under a microscope. Broad mites are more common than hemp russet mites but the symptoms and treatment are pretty much the same for both....
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by Nebula Haze The term "leaf miner" is a common name for a type of pest actually lives inside the tissue of the leaf. These bugs mine through the leaf eating the best parts, and leave a trail of damage behind. A "leaf miner" is not actually a species of bug - it is a generic term for the larva/babies of any bugs that...
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by Nebula Haze When your cannabis plant gets sick, the natural reaction is to diagnose the sickness and fix the root of the problem. But is there anything you can do in the meantime to help your plant while it recovers? The following tips are easy-to-do treatments your can perform to provide relief to your plant for almost any kind...
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by Nebula Haze Stop Leaf Septoria (Yellow Leaf Spot) in Its Tracks! Sometimes called "yellow leaf spot" or "leaf septoria," this condition is caused by a fungus (or sometimes a bacteria) that attacks cannabis plants and usually appears in warm, wet weather. The symptoms first appear on the bottom leaves of the plant.  The spots may have darkened...
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by Nebula Haze Slugs or Snails Attacking Your Cannabis Plants? Get Rid of Them Quick! Ewwww slugs and snails are eating the leaves and buds of my cannabis plants!!!! Although not the most common cannabis pest, slugs and snails are unwelcome visitors when they do show up! Sure signs of snail or slug damage include a trail...
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