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Old 02-20-2019, 05:21 PM #1
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Do You Have Photos of Regular or Russet/Broad/Hemp Mites and/or Plant Damage?

Hey,

I'm putting together a spider mite thread and am looking for photo submissions. I've received mites from many growers over the years, but apparently did not take photos before I eliminated them.

Have you had spider mites? two-spotted or otherwise? Have photos of russet/broad mites in full glory? Want credit as the photographer?

I would really appreciate donations of any clear photos you have. I can add your name to the photos, or whatever info you like, before they're posted up.

Thank you
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Heres a two spotted spider mite


This is russet mite damage from a big outdoor medical grow that was filthy with them.




In that last one I'm not sure, but I think the round things are probably eggs
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Awesome! Thanks so much.

Did you take the photos? What credits should be attached with them?
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Thanks, if you're publishing them for money then I want all of it, otherwise I don't really care all that much to advertise that I get vermin in my garden. I guess maybe they'e somewhat appealing photos if you're the type thats into horror movies, but thats not me, they made my stomach turn a little when I first saw them.
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I'm publishing it because I'm tired of repetition. The subject of spider mites comes up SO often it's ridiculous. There's this perception out there mites are extremely awful, and they're not.

So, I want a post I can point people to and save myself some carpal tunnel. It will probably get a LOT of traffic, so it's up to you whether you want credit or not. hehehehe
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I'm publishing it because I'm tired of repetition. The subject of spider mites comes up SO often it's ridiculous. There's this perception out there mites are extremely awful, and they're not.

So, I want a post I can point people to and save myself some carpal tunnel. It will probably get a LOT of traffic, so it's up to you whether you want credit or not. hehehehe
Speak for yourself buddy...I hate those fuckers. Spider mites and powdery mildew are my arch nemesis.
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Speak for yourself buddy...I hate those fuckers. Spider mites and powdery mildew are my arch nemesis.
I'll be outlining the methods I use, and have used successfully for 10 years. I've also been researching the most cost effective methods for large numbers of plants, including outdoor operations.

I should be able to explain everything clearly enough. Expect less stress in the future.
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I've got a persistent red spider mite problem which I'm constantly trying to keep at bay, I'll pull out the loupe and get some photos tonight to add.

I also hate the fuckers, and the little dots they leave on my leaves.
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I've got a persistent red spider mite problem which I'm constantly trying to keep at bay, I'll pull out the loupe and get some photos tonight to add.

I also hate the fuckers, and the little dots they leave on my leaves.
Greatly appreciated. Crazy how they seem to multiply out of thin air. Sheesh.

FWIW, I've received mites from growers with 'resistant' mites several times. Mites they were unable to eradicate with multiple methods over many years. One fellow shut down after 10 years of constantly battling mites.

They did not survive my methods. In fact, the 'resistant' mites showed any signs of special resistance at all.
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Hi Douglas!

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