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Old 07-31-2017, 07:27 PM #2411
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Spider mites are back in the bloom tent. Had to dump a nice Northern Lights plant. Four survivors in early flower got the big trim job and spray down with SNS209 from a HVLP spray paint gun. Pulled the bulbs and bombed the tent with Doctor Doom. Going to repeat the process every 3 days for three weeks alternating 209 and neem for foliant and fogging with hot shot alternately. Any suggestions will be considered very seriously.
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Old 07-31-2017, 07:59 PM #2412
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Zeez I feel your pain bro. I always have them bastards in my indoor rooms no matter what I did, it's the reason I stopped growing indoor. I had beautiful plants go to trash and wasted tremendous amount of time and money. I believe mites are part of the turf in my location and it's a battle I have yet to win. The best results in had were completely submerging plants in bath tub full of treatment daily for a week prior to flowering and then spraying them until flowers form
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Old 08-01-2017, 10:07 AM #2413
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Yeah Otto that 91' came to me from a pretty good source but since I've never even seen one before I couldn't say if she was"the one" or not but all the other cuts that came with it were as labeled, the D, sister, orange kush, pure kush etc. It reminds me of the Corey Stardawg but with a slight garlic twang like the sister. That top cola was close to the bare 600 and weirded out a bit, even threw a nanner. It's def a chem and not the D or sister. I have the sister at my friends place and she's my favorite chem for sure.
Zeez, those spider mites hate cold water so if they show up on me I spray them down with ice water then pick the infested leaves. I've been lucky this summer with those things. I had a few on the tops of my sour cross but I picked off the leaves and they never prospered and that was just good luck!
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Old 08-01-2017, 02:40 PM #2414
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Old 08-05-2017, 01:44 PM #2415
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Regarding the new marijuana bill amendments.

No changes to possession statutes already voted on by the citizens of Massachusetts.

A Massachusetts resident over the age of 21 years may possess one ounce of marijuana outside their primary residence.

Possess 10 ounces within their primary residence (plus any homegrown marijuana, up to 12 plants per household), and gift up to one ounce of marijuana to another person.

So, As the original vote stated, No limits on possessing what you grow.
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Spider mites are back in the bloom tent. Had to dump a nice Northern Lights plant. Four survivors in early flower got the big trim job and spray down with SNS209 from a HVLP spray paint gun. Pulled the bulbs and bombed the tent with Doctor Doom. Going to repeat the process every 3 days for three weeks alternating 209 and neem for foliant and fogging with hot shot alternately. Any suggestions will be considered very seriously.
I've tried this stuff called Flying Skull Nuke 'em... this

https://www.amazon.com/Flying-Skull-...s=flying+skull

and it did very well. There appears to be nothing left, and I've already interrupted a breeding cycle, so I think I'm good.

Full disclosure, the problem was small. I was only gone for a week. The person picked veggies outside, and THEN watered my moms. I forgot to tell them they can't do that.

My point is, I saw about 5 sm's, and a couple very small webs. I had about 30 plants, and I tossed 24, treated the rest, emptied and cleaned the tent, and it appears to be good. But my actions were pretty drastic. Had I not done that, I don't know how the Flying skull would have worked. But as it stands, it was perfect. And it doesn't appear to harm the plants at all.

Last time I had a bug problem it was aphids, and I killed the plants while trying to kill the bugs. Every bloody plant! The plants aren't growing as quickly while using the Nuke 'em, but they don't appear harmed in any way.
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Old 08-05-2017, 04:14 PM #2417
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Thanks Junk, I expect that your problem was pretty far along if you saw webs. Doesn't matter. What you did worked. I'll take a good look at Nuke'em. Funny, In Dutch means fuck but they don't use like it's used here.

I saw some initial indications in my veg tent and ordered some predatory mites. Trying to keep it clean. Paying big for overnight shipping, they arrived five days later. When they finally got here I checked them out with a scope. Even though the corn meal media had little black specks in there, there was not one predatory mite. Scam.
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Im lucky haven't seen spider mites in the garden in a while a real nuisance at times. Now a days I IPM every 2-4 weeks in the veg/mom room I use Triact70 a triple action neem thats organic and try to move out old root balls/trash ASAP. I also seem to remember that lady buds eat spider mites if I am not mistaken and that if your willing to have a bunch of lady bugs in the room they'll get the job done.

Melty, looking good nice to see ya around these parts.


So had a new experience in the grow room walked and saw glass all over the floor. Blub just busted while lights were on started to stick to the roofing material I use on my floors not a comfortable feeling.


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Melty - I found some old beans from you. Lucy F2's but one has an asterisk on the label. Were there different phenos seeded? I also found some NL5/Haze F2's. What's the story on those? Trying to get organized. Thanks, brother! ----dank.Frank
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anybody know the best/biggest grow shops in RI/MA? I need a few things and want to check out some different shops.
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