Just joined. Been using medical cannabis for over 3 years and growing my own medicine. I grow Cannatonic... it's great for my migraines and anxiety and I don't get "high", which is great for me.
I have been growing the same plant for years (cloning the same girl), and it's been great and I've had no problems. This year I made the mistake of growing outside. I have what may be powdery mildew and I need some help.
The clones that I took recently all came from outside, and traveling plants from out to in has been a mistake for a medical patient who relies on his one medicine. I'm attaching some pictures (the up close picture is blurry). Can anyone tell me if this is indeed powdery mildew? It doesn't look like most of the pics I see of it. It is a white spot, but doesn't really look powdery.
If it is... since it's early in its development, am I good to harvest the plants that are outside (they are about done flowering)? I hate to lose about two, 6 foot plants worth of medicine. I sprayed them last week with a milk/water mixture in hopes of containing the problem.
All of my indoor plants have it (a dozen babies)... and I'm hoping to save them. Cannatonic is real hard to find, especially a new clone to start all over. And I can't afford to buy it from dispensaries.
I would love any words of advice. I know how serious powdery mildew is, but I don't want to panic if it's early enough to salvage.