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    Please help identify this infestation

    I was looking for caterpillars this am when i found this infestation.
    Does anyone know what this is?
    Thanks in advance.



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    #2
    Looks like Caterpillar Eggs. Kind of resembles the insect Scales too, but Eggs is what I'm leaning towards.

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      #3
      If you have caterpillars and don't see any flying pests then its caterpillar eggs. If you have seen flying pests, then watch for Whitefly eggs. Put a few yellow stickies around the plant to catch the adults for a positive ID. Either way, I think its too late to do anything about it now, because flowering. Good luck. 😎

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        #4
        PureCrop1 and Green Clean seem to kill bugs and their offspring. Use through flowering if you must.
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          #5
          That looks more like caterpillar frass (poop) than it does eggs. Were you looking for caterpillars because you noticed chewed leaves, Amynamous?
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            #6
            Originally posted by buzzmobile View Post
            That looks more like caterpillar frass (poop) than it does eggs. Were you looking for caterpillars because you noticed chewed leaves, Amynamous?
            That makes sense. I have a few autos in late flowering, and the caterpillars are everywhere on two of them. I’m picking off 8-12 everyday for the last two weeks and finding spots of budrot in their wake. I’ve been spraying with BT every couple of weeks. I haven’t seen a single tomato horn worm all summer, but these two autos are getting nailed. I was planning on harvesting them at the end of August to coincide with the flowering of the photos. I was hoping I didn’t have to spray them again.

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              #7
              I'd smoke it !
              Never Under-estimate the Psychopathic-ness of a Politician

              who is in Save the Children Mode.

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                #8
                I’m definitely thinking about chopping early vs spraying BT in the final weeks.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Amynamous View Post
                  I’m definitely thinking about chopping early vs spraying BT in the final weeks.
                  Don't spray BT in the last few weeks. I did, and it tastes like shit

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                    #10
                    Thanks.

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                      #11
                      I don't kow how much you know about catapillars, and please forgive me if you already know, but the best time to catch the little fuckers is just before day lght. Go outside with a tourch and they're very active and stick out like a sore thumb. i'm new to outdoor growing and learnt a lot about them last year. I was advised to do my last spray a month before harvesting, which i did, only to find a big storm coming after 2 weeks and having to chop earlier than expected. Thw weed is still smokeable but doesn't taste nice. This year i'll be stoping the bt early and if the cata[illars get a few buds then so be it. Little Fuckers!.

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