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Unclefester73

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I was starting to have a mold issue after all this humidity. So I used milk and water which I never used before. Now the next day my girls are wilting and curling ... dont lnow what to do..can I save my girls?
 

Scientific

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If you could answer the questions in the "How to Ask for Grow Help" topic stickied at the top of this forum, that would help a lot.

So would a good photo.

Milk is not a fungicide. You should not put it on your plants.

If you keep your humidity at about 50% and your temps in the 70s F with good air circulation, mold shouldn't be a problem. (You might need air conditioning, or at least much better ventilation.)

Prevention is the key to fungus control.
 

GhostFacePurp

On Vacation
Re: My girls need help

They are not doing well. I spayed them with milk and water which I never used before the next day my girls are wilting and curling what can I do to save my girls?
spaying your plants isn't good...SPRAYING them with milk isn't either...where are the pics of said plant?

GFP
 

Suntana

Well-Known Member
Milk does help prevent PM, it has been used for years on several plant species. Works with the sun or bright light to act as a brief antiseptic. Controlling your environment must be your first line of defence. If you can't get your hands on a chemical fungicide, milk can be a good option.
 

Scientific

New Member
Milk does help prevent PM, it has been used for years on several plant species. Works with the sun or bright light to act as a brief antiseptic. Controlling your environment must be your first line of defence. If you can't get your hands on a chemical fungicide, milk can be a good option.
OK... I can't argue with success... Just out of curiosity, what works best? Whole? 2%? Skim?
 

Scientific

New Member
No idea Scientific, you will have to research it if you want more details. I just know it has been used to treat PM.
Just idle curiosity about how much of a role butterfat plaid in the process. I would guess that a fatty layer on the leaf might help fight fungus, in which case probably any oil would do...
 

Suntana

Well-Known Member
Just idle curiosity about how much of a role butterfat plaid in the process. I would guess that a fatty layer on the leaf might help fight fungus, in which case probably any oil would do...
I believe it's the proteins not the fat that work against the PM
 
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