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Old 03-24-2016, 04:08 PM #1
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Looks like the previous Colorado Growers Thread hit the ceiling, 10000+ posts, 700+ pages and nearly 7 years; let's keep it up in the rocky mountain state !


link to previous Colorado Growers Thread, lots of great info in there; worth a read if you are looking for insight into the Colorado scene:
https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=136398
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Old 03-24-2016, 04:31 PM #2
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That's pretty incredible that the thread got so big, or there are to many people in Colorado with to much time on their hands.
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Well I guess I need to post something so I can find this again.

Hey SeafOur, on these https://www.arbico-organics.com/produ...cial-nematodes
I keep reading they only live about 2 weeks. Is there any way to keep them alive longer for multi apps? In Pueblo we are lower than most so what would be good time of year for introducing the nematodes or other beneficials here in Colorado? When should I start ordering what?
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Well I guess I need to post something so I can find this again.

Hey SeafOur, on these https://www.arbico-organics.com/produ...cial-nematodes
I keep reading they only live about 2 weeks. Is there any way to keep them alive longer for multi apps? In Pueblo we are lower than most so what would be good time of year for introducing the nematodes or other beneficials here in Colorado? When should I start ordering what?
I keep mine in the fridge for multiple months and so far so good. I have to replenish them about every 6 weeks in my notill pots so I always keep them on hand. If you go to my thread https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=322427&page=3 I posted a video of a nematode starting to "come back to life" from being in the fridge. I think he had been in there for 4-6 weeks.

I do purchase the scanmask nematodes though. I've tried the arbico nematodes and I ended up switching back.
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Sup all, I live in Colorado, newish to these forums but I got some white fire og, golden goat, and skunk#1 growing now. I also use scanmask nematodes and they work awesome.
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Along for the ride.

We have some incredible growers and great folk here in the mile high threads.
It really is quite fine company and always full of great info.

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Keep up the sho folks. I luv ya.
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