What to Do if Your Cannabis Plants Are Damaged With Powdery Mildew

What to Do if Your Cannabis Plants Are Damaged With Powdery Mildew

Now, by the start of November, we all feel the autumn breath and because of the non-stop rain it is difficult to ignore the weather changes. No matter if you have a weather app on your phone or not, the chances that you will get wet under the yet another rain are quite high. And where there is rain, there comes moisture. And if you have a nice garden with cannabis, with so much moisture in the air, you can be sure that powdery mildew will not hesitate to appear.

If you ever had anything to do with growing marijuana and you live in a place where seasons are different and can “surprise” you with a non-stop downpour, then you might have already experienced the struggle. At some point, when your plants are already big and brightly green, you may spot little dots, smaller than the size of a dime on fresh leaves. It can look like something not worth your attention, like baby powder residue. But it is the beginning of a long road of toil that sometimes can be very close to a real war.

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