Growth in Spartan Conditions. Day 42

2 months ago

Hi friends, today is exactly 6 weeks for my plant, it gradually prepares for flowering, but is not in a hurry, apparently still forms colas. I recently discovered that small worms of Enhitrei live in the soil, I had to use an insecticide when watering. The plant did not respond very well to this, small burns formed on the leaves, I think everything will be fine in the future, I shed the soil with plenty of water. I have never used fertilizer. Fertilizing will be at the stage of active flowering.
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I love the purple tone eve though it is not healthy. Hope it recuperates and that worm didn't do much damage.

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If the worm has nothing to eat, then it starts eating the roots. I also hope that he will die, I do not want him to do it in bloom.

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Isn't there a way of encouraging worms to burrow to the surface? Pretty sure it's as simple as vibrating a stick in the mud. 🤔

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The fact is that these little white startlings love moisture and with drying the soil going into the depth where they eat the roots. I know that you can put boiled vegetables on the surface, it makes the worms rise and eat them, but you do not want to resort to such methods, there is a Swiss drug "Aktara", it helps very well against such pests as an Enchytraeus, 1 g of the drug must be diluted in 5 -10 liters of water.

Thats looking awesome, cheers

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Thank you man

Good job.. appreciated:)

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Many thanks

Friend hello
Good height
It seems to me
Worms do not damage the root

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I also think so, just by the time of flowering, they can be very fertile and start eating roots, then all my months-long efforts will go derail. Thank you bro.

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Мне кажется не съедят они корни, не по зубам червям .

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Надо достать ком, посмотреть на состояние корня, и как много червей в глубине вазона. Если не много, то пусть ползают :D