Sativa Issue

Discussion in 'Plant Problems' started by Lemuel714, May 27, 2018.

  1. Lemuel714

    Lemuel714 Registered+

    Does anybody have any ideas or suggestions other than it's a sativa issue or don't grow sativas indoor? I've had this problem before with another sativa several years ago. This is a Super Silver Haze plant by the way. I've grown Super Silver Haze and Blue Dream without a hitch before. For some reason this one just spazzed out on me. And just a note of interest...the reason I stopped growing Super Silver Haze the last time was that during that time I was fighting a never ending battle with spider mites. At some point they took a liking to the Super Silver Haze plants. At the very end I had a half dozen plants mixed in with three or four other strains. They left the other strains alone to the point that I bagged up all the Super Silver Haze plants, got them out of there and did a little more maintenance and my spider mite problem was gone. Anyway, if anybody has any suggestions that might help before I try to flower the clones I took from this one, I would love to hear them.

    Thanx, Lemuel

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  2. mytwhyt

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    I have used some leftover dry ice and a small garage can w/lid, to eliminate pests.. Keep the dry ice away from your clones.. As the dry ice sublimates it will fill the can with CO2, and a loose fitting lid will keep it in.....
    The CO2 wont hurt the plants, but it will kill any living things.. I've left clones in for 24 hours with no ill effects, except for a bunch of dead spider mites..
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  3. irydyum

    irydyum Registered+

    If you ask me, at first glance, that plant looks like it can't tell wether it's vegging or flowering. Stress. Light leak? Maybe not exactly dark at night? Little more info on the variables of your grow would be helpful for certain.


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