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    Hi there,

    Iíve made a classic newbie mistake and managed to get nute burn.

    I know I need to trim off the affected leaves but I have a related query and would really appreciate your advice.

    Iím growing in the greenhouse and itís nearly Autumn and temperatures are dropping. The plant will soon stop growing due to the cold. I planted late [in early July] and the plant has been flowering for about 4 or 5 weeks. I guess Iíll have to harvest in the next couple of weeks barring a surprise Indian summer.

    Should I delay cutting off the affected leaves and slow growth and maturing or shall I keep the leaves on as long as possible? Whatís your advice about what I do now?

    All help is greatly appreciated

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    Don't cut anything yet, mate...bang up a few pictures first...get yourself to 10 posts first.
    I passed the vicar's wife a plate of biscuits but I never expected to see her snatch.

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    OK. Patience is a virtue! Do I need to get to 10 posts before I can upload a photo?

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    (Shhh...you can do it straight away with the Tapatalk app...or post links to a hosting page, innit)

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    Hereís the struggling waif. Iíve treated it to a blast with the greenhouse heater.


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    Yeah...erm.

    Overfed, as you say, and I'm not too keen on the spots either...have you looked under the leaves for bugs? I'm itching, let's put it that way.

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    There’s no sign of any bugs. Just checked the leaves. A snail ate a couple of leaves but he got hoyed down the end of the garden

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    Can you bang up a pic of the whole plant?

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    Here you go. The dead thing next to it is a tomato plant at the end of the season


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    She's just not had enough light and with the overfeed as well, it's a challenge and no mistake.

    Just give the girl plain water from now and, well...don't overbuy Rizlas.

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    The light point is really interesting since we get such long days here in the summer. I think maybe the intensity of the light [thereís a tree that shades the greenhouse a bit] is perhaps the problem.

    I think youíre right about the Rizlas. Iíll not go to Costco!

    Thanks for your suggestions. I really appreciate it. Cheers. Fingers crossed for a couple of weeks...


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    I would flush your pot out . Im sure theres a pest also . Mits can leave those spots . Thrips also . Hard to tell with pic .

    Flush her out and open all them vents up . Where abouts are ya ? Im in Canada and in the east we had a mega hot humid summer unreal . Was t exactly greenhouse growin temps . Would have fried anything tbh .

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    I canít see any mites but Iíll check again tomorrow in better light. What are thrips? Would you spray it?

    I can repot the plant tomorrow so thatís a good tip.

    Thanks very much


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    Sorry - Iím in north east England. Weíve had a good summer but I planted in early July which is perhaps too late and leaves no room for error.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Trex View Post
    I would flush your pot out . Im sure theres a pest also . Mits can leave those spots . Thrips also . Hard to tell with pic .

    Flush her out and open all them vents up . Where abouts are ya ? Im in Canada and in the east we had a mega hot humid summer unreal . Was t exactly greenhouse growin temps . Would have fried anything tbh .
    Eastern Canadian summer was brutal this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewtBurn View Post
    Sorry - I’m in north east England. We’ve had a good summer but I planted in early July which is perhaps too late and leaves no room for error.


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    Yeah - by July, the days are already getting shorter so the plant was receiving a teeny bit less light every day rather than one germinated in, say, April that would experience days getting longer (vegging time) before the 21st June.

    It just hasn't developed fully as a result.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sourshoes View Post
    Eastern Canadian summer was brutal this year.

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    Ohhh absolutely . We had 38į just wednesday or thurzday and this mornin was -1į ffs with our first killer frost . Gotta love Canada eh ? Lmfao

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trex View Post
    Ohhh absolutely . We had 38į just wednesday or thurzday and this mornin was -1į ffs with our first killer frost . Gotta love Canada eh ? Lmfao
    So, what you saying is, you want us all to come up and freeze our balls off. lol How is the goose hunting? You got any elk line up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotshot View Post
    So, what you saying is, you want us all to come up and freeze our balls off. lol How is the goose hunting? You got any elk line up?
    Haha we dont want ya Yanks anywase . Especially ya southerners hahahaha

    Havent been out .not opened yet here .

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