Guttation or edema? Noticed this on the underside of some of my leaves… more prominent on the older leaves. The newer leaves don’t have it. Watered it yesterday and had some water droplets on the top side. Is this normal? Will it go away on its own? reddit.com/gallery/rv33mo
Anyone ever heard of Guttation? These resinous drops exuding from the plant seem to be caused by something called Guttation, a complex process of the plants' ability to express excess sugars from the inside out. So technically speaking, this is Cannabis sap, which is pretty cool! reddit.com/gallery/r4zgpv
Jammy Dodgers F1. Biobizz + HLG 260w QB + 5 gal airpot. Harvested on Day 77ish. Bonus guttation shot. reddit.com/gallery/rldxt3
DAE think that Guttation is adorable? The little drops are so cute lol
First two photos : My stromanthe triostar has been having guttation but leaving marks where the droplets are :( this is my first triostar so im not really sure whats going on. Last 3 : there is some red on the edges but mightve been there from when i got it? Pls help.. reddit.com/gallery/qw5vf2
🔥 Perfect guttation fringe around a burnet plant 🔥
Guttation in Silverleaf Fungus
This is a process called guttation. The plant is expelling water due to a positive root pressure.
Dinafem Cookies Auto all trimmed up!! Got about 4.5 ozs total, with just over 4ozs of solid big buds (zero larfy buds!)!! The smell after 3 weeks curing is still like sugar cookies 🍪🔥 and it tastes incredible. This plant also had a few buds show guttation, which was super fascinating under the 🔬 reddit.com/gallery/pqrbbf
Clearwater Runtz guttation
Anyone else love a bit of guttation on their fungi?
To me, those little drops on the leaf tip, are the most beautiful thing in the world. It brings a calmness over me. I cannot describe it. It's name is horrible. Guttation. Ugh.
Anyone who could help me with this plant? I think it has mites… I recently saw some tiny nets that I proceeded to remove but how can i fix it naturally? Is it normal to see water (like guttation) in the tiny holes?
Glad to say my alocasia isn’t dead yet! It’s my first one, and any tips on how to deal with guttation marks and general care would really help TvT
🔥 Some mushrooms create their own thermals to release theit spores. Here the spores are trapped in the guttation droplet acting like a tornado
Look at the guttation on this blackberry! Most plants have pores called hydathodes they spew out water when root pressure dominates, creating this magically uniform look of droplets. Amazing!💧
Fungal Guttation on an overcast autumn afternoon
Guttation, good or bad sign?
Every time I “bottom water” I get “guttation” - Does this mean I am overwatering?
Grizzly Grapes - Guttation - First encounter !
Kinda cool - but is it Guttation? I had to Google the term. LOL
golden guttation (Ischnoderma resinosum)
Some light fungi guttation humour for your viewing pleasure.
Monstera Deliciosa Guttation in Semi-hydro.
I woke up this morning to my Monstera dripping from the leaves. It has been in leca for a few months now and by all accounts has been doing well. It’s put off new leaves. I recently changed the reservoir pot to a larger one. Perhaps it has too much water? Too much nutrients? Should I be concerned?
One of my houseplants is currently going through a process known as guttation which is causing water to drip out of the tips of its leaves.
Bondarzewia? Grows at the base of an old oak tree, 3rd time it's grown, you can see an old one in the last photo. Last time one grew here there was guttation and it immediately turned dark when damaged, this one isn't doing either. I licked it and there was no taste LOL Alabama, US reddit.com/gallery/pfc5mv
Guttation on blackberry leaves
It's my first monstera and i'm SCARED. It's been two weeks since i got it, repot it, been doing guttation and today i notice that little green dot near the root and i don't know what it is. Sorry, English is not my first language
Just a little guttation celebration
Monstera leaves dropping a bit. Also, a lot of guttation. Should I be worried? What should I do?
🔥 This process is called guttation. The plant is expelling water due to positive root pressure.
Found this on a walk in a pine forest not sure on identity but it seems to be in a stage of guttation reddit.com/gallery/pfbbfg
It’s been a while since I posted on Reddit. Here’s some Grape Dosi Breath Auto (silver label 30%er). Can you find the 3 guttation spots? :) v.redd.it/8cd1gbq5mzc71
A new leaf on my alocasia silver dragon, so exciting!! Any tips for dealing with guttation stains and alocasia in general ;v; it’s my first one…