How to Use Neem Oil in Marijuana Growing
How to Use Neem Oil in Marijuana Growing
When it comes to growing our marijuana seeds, we can encounter several complications that can spoil our plants and spoil our harvest..
One of the best known is the Pythium fungus, also known as ‘root rot’, which occurs and proliferates in indoor wet crops, greenhouses and seedbeds. This fungus is characterized by going unnoticed at first and acting very quickly once it has infected the plant, causing its death without you having had time to detect it, and can remain active for many years in the substrate of the soil once contaminated.
In addition to attacking the roots of the marijuana plant, Pythium can be found in irrigation water itself and even in flies and mosquitoes, so it is extremely difficult to control its presence and is highly recommended to anticipate its occurrence
Fortunately, the appearance of Pythium is completely controllable and preventable with proper care, and there are treatments available on the market for this powerful fungus.
If you suspect that the Pythium fungus has been able to make a visit to your plantation, be aware of and check the following symptoms before moving on to the attack:
As we have already mentioned, Pythium is a very fast fungus that, once infected, kills the plant in almost a blink of an eye. To avoid ruining all your work, we recommend that you avoid the following conditions:
On the other hand, if what you are looking for is to prevent its appearance in your new crops. You should keep in mind that:
At Pevgrow we are concerned that this fungus may ruin your work for months and spoil your crop, so we bring you a varied selection of fungicides that will help you prevent the appearance of this undesirable fungus. Because you know…. you can’t be too careful!
The most appropriate fungicides for the treatment of Pythium are as follows:
I forgot!. If you’re looking for a 100% natural alternative, you may be surprised to discover that even bees produce their own natural remedy for this fungus. It is propolis, a 100% natural bio-stimulator and fungicide made by them. Did you know that they actually secrete this substance to use as a kind of cement? They seal all the fissures of the hive, thus preventing the entry of any parasite or infection
Revihemp, increases the natural defenses of plants and its ability to retain moisture and nutrients….
DOSAGE AND APPLICATION :
10 c.c. per plant (3 to 5 applications three days apart).
Wet the soil and then pour the product into the base of the stem slightly diluted with water.
You can find this natural substance in products such as Trabe Revihemp regenerador, which stimulates biochemical processes thanks to its composition rich in vitamins B, C and E. It will also improve the yield of your crops and stimulate your plant’s natural defenses by strengthening them against possible future attacks by fungi or bacteria.
In addition, we would not like to end this article without giving you one last recommendation for the prevention of Pythium. Renewing the mother plant from time to time is a very good option to fight against this fungus, as it can carry contaminated spores and also convert cuttings into carriers, which would ruin your new crop from the beginning..
Replacing it with one of the new plants after one or two uses would be ideal for a health cure. In this way, we will obtain young and strong mothers who will prevent the appearance of the feared fungus.
In short, to talk about Pythium is to talk about a powerful and fast fungus that is worth being well informed and prepared to fight it before it ruins your entire marijuana crop
You can’t be too careful when trying to take care of your cannabis crops, but at Pevgrow we offer you all the information you need and all our most effective fungicide products against Pythium, to ensure that you can enjoy your weed without any surprises. We hope you found them useful!!👍
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