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Symptoms And Solutions For Plant Moisture Stress

Symptoms And Solutions For Plant Moisture Stress

It is important for a cannabis grower to know exactly what causes the problems for its marijuana plants and how to solve them. There are some cases which have similar cause and may have common symptoms. If the diagnosis is wrong, this may cause the death of the marijauna plant. This guide offers some simple solutions to problems with plant moisture stress which might be of help to cannabis growers.

Firstly, one problem might be over-fertilizing. It can be recognised by the cupped leafs and also their margin rolls and burns, Moisture stress is shown firstly by the leaf and its parts which are often margin rolling or burning. The leaf becomes harder when touching. High concentrations of salts causes imbalance if the water levels because the whole water goes in the direction of the root. Too much feeding can also cause a burning of the root of the plant and their tips which are very sensitive.

When the heat levels are high, the plant loses water from the leaves faster that the speed by which it is replace by the roots. The leaf responds to this with the commonly known symptoms. For instance, in the hot summer days the grass appears turf and broad-bladed because of the high noon temperatures, the high salinity of the soil and also the lack of water which has evaporated due to the heat. High heat can affect the leaves permanently even if it is induced for a short period of time. Only new growth in the plant can be regarded as an indication of the problem being corrected.

High light as odd as it may seem can also be the cause for destruction of chlorophyll. It is often connected with high heat. An example is the case with cannabis which does not usually receive much light because of the places it grows. It is grown in rooms where the natural sunlight hardly reaches the plants and they are not prone to high light levels. You have to concentrate on the development of the root system and keep the plants in the shades.

Overwatering weakens the root systems because it changes the normal exchange of gases in the root. It prevents them from getting oxygen. Due to this, the root declines and the leaves start to look stressed and the growth diminish and in some cases the plant dies. The addition of more plant food will not solve this problem.

Under watering is not only causing low levels of moisture but it also makes the production of carbohydrates more difficult. The solution of this problem is reached by careful and graduate addition of water until the plant is fully moisturised. However, be careful not to add too much water. You do not have to wait for the time when the soil is completely dry. Moreover, leaching can help as well because it aids you to dispose of unnecessary salts.

These are some of the problems that may occur due to excessive or low moisturising of the plant. The solutions are quite simple but work like a charm all the time.

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7 thoughts on “Symptoms And Solutions For Plant Moisture Stress


By allen on 10 April 2013 at 04:15

hi i have successfully beat all bugs at thier own game,with 1 treatment will kill anything take out infestation and protect for many weeks.my spray is desighned for relentless attacks for the city who calls its self “the city of trees” we got em all. i laugh at all bug attacks in th soil or on the plant itself note* diffrent method for protection of soil.thes two methods combined are the answere to protection of all plant life and is completely safe.once the plant is hardend off, spray i desighned works in many diffrent ways at once contact killer,masking smell of green life to bugs,natrual smell as a repellant,once dry a solid barrier doses bugs during feeding,IT KILLS EGGS! by incaseing them which stops eggs dead in thier tracks.truly a masterpiece of the flora world and i have secrets for unbelievable yields,for example cannibis a 2 foot plant yields 6 ounces of almost untouchable quality,was once from emerald traingle i know quality.looking to market my natrual bug spay. guranteed a botany breakthrough!!


By Robert Bergman on 10 April 2013 at 09:40

Hi Allen,

Sounds great, what’s the spray called? Maybe you can send a sample so we can test it?

Grtz,

Robert


By allen on 10 April 2013 at 21:29

yes that sounds great i would like to hear your guys honest opinion.it would be ok to ship completely natural and long shelf life,use as is a gallon would make a good amount to test.now when you see this stuff its kinda nasty stuff it whont hurt you its a little outside the box very thick and semi sticky much like piant aplied like piant aswell my clones handle it infact they do like it the ones from seed have a little issues but go away once cloned and harden off to the spray whont do anything for the soil have a trick for that this is getting lengthy so i tell you if your interested.anyway i want you guys to see this for yourself i check back later THANKS


By LetsGetCritical on 22 January 2014 at 05:49

You sound like a complete moron Allen. Just sayin


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