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White specks that look like salt

by Csinpc about August 5, 2019 - report

Of course I was so upset, and wiped them all off before taking a picture. I found a bunch of small white spots on my plant this morning, looks like sea salt, any advise ? Thanks
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  • 7.077

    SubterraneanHomesickBooze 7.077 points - August 5, 2019

    That sucks. The more information you can give the better chance of getting help. since you dont really give any info to work with you should try to identify the problem using this webiste to narrow the problem down

                                                       growweedeasy.com

    good luck! 

    • Score: 0
    • Csinpc
      Csinpc
      51 points -
      August 5, 2019

      Thanks !

    • SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      7.077 points -
      August 5, 2019

      youre welcome. Without more info given and/or a few pics it would just be a guessing game for us. the link i provided has a troubleshooting segment to try and narrow down your problem

    • justme
      justme
      5.260 points -
      August 6, 2019

      Yea, it is called the Plant Doctor. You can diagnose your plants very easy yourself using it.

  • 3.288

    bill59 3.288 points - August 5, 2019

    It could be White Powdery Mildew (WPM). Look it up on the link Sub gave you and you may be able to confirm the cause. Do you have good temp and humidity (RH)? That and good airflow are how you prevent / fight WPM. Make sure you have good ventilation and air movement with an extraction fan and airflow fans.

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    • Csinpc
      Csinpc
      51 points -
      August 6, 2019

      Thanks Bill, I think that’s what it is

  • 2.368

    Screwstick 2.368 points - August 5, 2019

    Are you doing a foliar spray? It could be calcium, lots of the foliar spray leave some residue on the leaves. I dont see a picture but that would help

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    • Csinpc
      Csinpc
      51 points -
      August 6, 2019

      Thanks for the help

  • 5.260

    justme 5.260 points - August 5, 2019

    If your plant is flowering you may have wiped off tricombs! That is what you are after! Without a picture and more information about the stage your plant is in (seedling, veg, or flower), lighting used, room temps, what strain, and Rh levels your question would be hard to answer confidently! I would rather give you no information as bad info!

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  • 20.633

    airplane 20.633 points - August 5, 2019

     what stage of growth are you in ?  were on the plant - fan leaves, sugar leaves ? abundence of ?

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  • 5.921

    marlboro 5.921 points - August 6, 2019

    Yeah if you are running a humidifier or foliar spray like screwstick mentions you can get the white specks of calcium. When I run my humidifier I get white specks of dust I can just blow off.

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