In this episode we discuss organic methods of pest removal from growing plants in the garden and grow room.
hhahhahahaha i love this guy…we think the same way…im 19 btw
Thanks dude thanks to you I naild the problem to spider mites in my bio
soil, just as you say. Im in week 3 veg so i have plenty of time to get rid
of them. thumbs up
Nice video!thanks for the info!
I dont think this is about pets BRAH
Does he ever blink?
What is the best way to remove Fungus Gnats stuck on cannabis leaves and
buds? My gnat population seems to finally be slowing somewhat after using
different products, my lastest has been neem oil. I primarily use the oil
by gently misting the soil, I’m afraid of leaf burn with my strong lights
and only use on soil. I never water it in, just wet it. Until the gnats are
completely gone, I have been picking them off each plant as I harvest. This
takes HOURS! Any idea to speed the process up?
I use Canopy Shield. They have a website.
1st time outdoor grow – getting a few lil black spiders here n’ there. I
immediately knock them off with a twig. Can they cause serious problems?
Any info would be appreciated.
Stop over watering. let the soil dry out it will stress ur plant alittle
but it will deff recover. Fungus gnats like lots of water for a living
condition when in larvae form. also get some white playground sand and put
about an inch of it over ur soil. keep the sand dry otherwise its useless
to do so. another thing to do is get ladybugs and praying mantis and them
roam free in there they will eat the shit out those bastereds and also like
to eat spider mites so its a 2 fer 1 deal.
Yes, at 3:44.
Great info, thanks
If they are normal spiders leave them there, id just remove the webs they
try to make on your plants, they will eat other insects and actually end up
being beneficial, spider mites are very different from spiders in size so
you should be able to tell
A much faster way to elimate your fungus gnat problem will be to water your
plants with some 2% hydrogen peroxide, this will immediately kill all gnats
in the soil except for the larvae, eliminating about 95% of the
problem(you’ve probably still got gnats flying around and the larvae deep
in the soil) you then follow up with sand on top of your soil, at least an
inch, which will suffocate the larvae, they will hatch and be unable to
crawl through the sand and die in your soil which is fine.
Forget to mention, you should mix the hydrogen peroxide with water, enough
to see the water bubbling when you shake it.
Thanks for the reply. Now one of my plants is ready to cut down, any tips
on that process? Do I pull the whole plants out roots & all or just cut the
stalk? Will it grow again after I cut it?
Lmao that’s crazy
you helped alot. thank you
Thanks for the knowledge brother.
Never really thought weed needed pest control.
I wonder what people are smoking when growers decide to use retailer bug
spray for pest control on cannabis
Yup. Keep it pure!
Keep Ganja organic, mon.
Is there any way you can remix the audio portion so you can be heard?
Im looking for info about grasshoppers for my outdoor plants…cant find
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