Originally Posted by FatherEarth
Also if not in flower, i like the light stretch move. Either turn down your lights or raise them. Get them to stretch a bit and spread the nodes apart. Decreasing leaf density helps in coverage efficiency and making the spray contact target pests. No place to hide. Once you get a handle on the pests top and resume light intensity to pack nodes tight. This strategy is best used with early detection during vegetive growth.
Huh that makes a lot of sense. Reducing the canopy via pruning was another thing I did earlier on to make the various treatments more effective.
Thanks a lot for starting this thread, let's continue to keep it positive and make this the new broad mite thread that actually sticks around....