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Old 03-16-2019, 04:51 AM #1
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Photos of "Scale"

I was sent a text today regarding "Scale" having been found on some cannabis plants. Here are a few photos of some scale bugs.



A little closer look...



An egg laying adult...



Aaaaand a little closer


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Nice photography. The best shots of scale I've seen. These are actually armored scale, BTW. Good luck on being unable to take more photos. -granger
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Thank you. "Armored" scale, eh? Appreciate it, since this is my first experience. The grower stated they're not interested in farming more adults for additional photos. lol They washed everything before I left, so we'll see.
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There are two types of scale insects: armored and soft scales.
Mealy bugs and cottony cushion scales are common soft scales.

Both armored scale and soft scale insects can be controlled with horticultural oil.
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There are two types of scale insects: armored and soft scales.
Mealy bugs and cottony cushion scales are common soft scales.

Both armored scale and soft scale insects can be controlled with horticultural oil.
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I avoid all horticultural oils, personally. They have a 30 day downtime before you can spray sulfur.
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