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What is Damping Off?

The Damping Off disease is caused by pathogenic fungi of the genus Phytium which are found, in most cases, in cannabis seedlings and cuttings.Damping-off is caused by excess moisture in the soil.Post-emergence symptoms are characterized by drooping seedlings, necrotic cotyledons, necrotic, affected or non-existent roots, lesions at the base of the stem, and affected growth. This condition can prevail even when the seedling already has true leaves, but will still affect its development.Symptoms:- The seed dies before creating the...

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Advantages of organic farming

Introducing Organic Farming: Organic farming reduces and ends the problems that arise in traditional farming. Below we will highlight the most important points of the advantages of organic farming.Fertility:Climatological factors together with human factors are the ones that produce greater soil erosion.The impact of man in traditional agriculture has caused and continues to cause erosion to accelerate, this is due to the lack of soil rest, the excessive use of chemicals, among many other factors.Ecological cultivation reduces the impact by...

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Powdery mildew

Powdery mildew Powdery mildew fungus attacks the aerial parts of plants by creating grey/white circles of mycelium.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q2aYP4Nn4ELeaves turn yellow and subsequently fall off.Powdery mildew will begin to manifest on isolated plants, quickly covering the rest of the crop.Causes:Excessive nitrogen, excess moisture, overuse of chemical compounds.Solutions:We will apply Oidioprot at 5gr/L of water (ph 7'5-8) in the first symptoms.In the advanced stage, we will mix Oidioprot + Cinnaprot in intervals of 5 to 10 days depending on severity.We will stop applying...

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Verticillium and Fusarium

Introducing Verticillium and Fusarium: Both Verticillium and Fusarium fungi appear in waterlogged or poorly drained soils, which weakens the proper functioning of the plant's roots. These pathogenic fungi affect the vascular tissue of the plant causing a brownish-greyish coating on the part of the stem that is directly in contact with the soil.Unlike Verticillium, the Fusarium fungus tends to spread in the middle and upper part of the stem.Symptoms:Yellowing lower leaves. Wilting of green leaves Lower and upper stems...

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The White Fly

Introducing the White Fly: The White Fly is known by many growers as it is a very common pest in both outdoor and indoor cultivation. The most common species in cannabis is Trialeurodes vaporium.The insect reproduces very quickly, so we must act quickly when we detect the first symptoms. Wet the whole plant and the underside of the leaves (eggs), with Bio 6000 Pyrethrin Plus at the dosage indicated in Foliar application.Repeat the treatment every 10, 15 days depending on...

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Phyto-fortifiers

What are Phyto-fortifiers: The term phyto-fortifier is the equivalent of vitamins for humans. It is understood then that phyto-fortifiers have a very low risk for plants, people and the environment.They are basically substances or microorganisms intended to protect plants through defense mechanisms and stimulation of the plant's own resistance.Phyto-fortifiers cannot be phytosanitary products, fertilizers or EC fertilizers. According to regulation no. 2003/2003 on fertilizers or Royal Decree 824/2005 on fertilizers, some Prot-Eco products promote plant growth or flowering. - They can...

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QUE ES EL CBD

What is CBD?

What is CBD? CBD stands for Cannabidiol. It is extracted from hemp and has been proven to be the most fundamental cannabinoid that can be found in the cannabis plant. CBD unlike THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) does not have a psychoactive effect.CBD helps to maintain different psychological processes by interacting with the receptors of the nervous and immune system. In addition, the body itself produces cannabinoids as part of the functions of the endocannabinoid system.CBD differs from THC in many ways ,...

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Mixture to combat powdery mildew in advanced stages of infection.

How to combat powdery mildew Powdery mildew can occur, but there are solutions. At Prot-eco we constantly carry out trials of product mixtures to observe the effectiveness on crops when they are infected by pests or fungal diseases.Most of our products can be mixed with each other depending on the need of the moment. It should be taken into account not to combine them with alkaline, copper or sulfur products as their effectiveness will not be as expected.The Advanced Stage...

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Amino acids for cannabis

What are amino acids?: Amino acids contribute to the increase of chlorophyll and delay aging.It is highly recommended combining them with applications of phytosanitary products and liquid fertilizers.They can be applied both by foliar and root application, being the first option the most used and perhaps the most recommended, since they can be applied together with pest control treatments and/or fertilizers, bionutrients, etc.Benefits:- Increased quality and production- Rapid absorption- Combined with microelements, higher production and flavour are achieved.- Accelerate plant...

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Fulvic Acids for Cannabis- Marijuana

Description of Fulvic Acids: Fulvic acids are derived from humic acids and are characterized by being totally organic and soluble in water in both acid and alkaline media.Properties: -Metabolic stimulator-Increases enzymatic activity-Improved cell division-Increased resistance to drought.-Protects and increases root growth. Rizoprot is a root growth stimulating bio-nutrient based on fulvic acids, fermentation extracts and phytohormone secreting bacteria.It improves soil structure, corrects imbalances caused by calcium deficiencies and regulates pH.

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