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    Posted: 09 October 2005 at 17:49
Hello,

my plant, not of a Sensi strain AFAIK, produced calixes which do not released the stigmata. When the tip of the stigma began to brown, the calix began to rot. The rot spread to the buds. Is this common? Do I need to remove these flowers?

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Hey Funkies,

no pictures. Did you never see it?

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Originally posted by Grasso

Hello,

my plant, not of a Sensi strain AFAIK, produced calixes which do not released the stigmata. When the tip of the stigma began to brown, the calix began to rot. The rot spread to the buds. Is this common? Do I need to remove these flowers

I've heard of this happening with outdoor plants, but it's not common. Are yours growing outside?

You should remove any rotting or fungus-infected parts of the plant as soon as you see them, before the rot can spread. Be as careful as possible when removing, as damaging plant tissues an leave them more prone to fungus.

Unpasteurised, unhomogenised milk makes a great fungicide when mixed 1:1 with water. Even treated, store-bought milk can have a good effect. Still, you probably don't even want to get milk on youtr plants once thet're well into flowering (THC/resin can dissolve in fat).

If you're growing inside, try to keep your humidity below 40% in flowering.

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  Quote Grasso Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 December 2005 at 12:55
It worked out well because the plant was strong enough. A funny plant hemp is! Next year I will care even more for her daughter.

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