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Old 09-22-2020, 02:48 AM #1
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My ultra lemon haze is on its 27th day of growth and is starting to show these signs. I looked around a bit and I think it was thrips but I don't see anything flying. Are thrips? if yes, what can i do to remove them?

ps. this is my first time growing plants so don't lynch me pls
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Old 09-22-2020, 03:21 AM #2
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it does look like it could be Thrips, but it's hard to tell from your photo

i would monitor them closely

Monterey Spinosad insect spray will kill them, here is a link to the best price I could find
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look at underside of leaf.

insecticidal soap, which you can make at home using standard dish soap, can effectively control many soft-bodied plant pests, including aphidz, mealybugz, thripz, whitefliez, spider mitez and scalez
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look at underside of leaf.

insecticidal soap, which you can make at home using standard dish soap, can effectively control many soft-bodied plant pests, including aphidz, mealybugz, thripz, whitefliez, spider mitez and scalez

I just checked and there was actually a tiny white flying gnat, so only definitely thrips. Can I use adhesive strips to attract them? if so, is that enough or am I forced to use something else? the plants are starting to bloom
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Neem oil 1 table spoon and 1/2 table spoon castille soap in 1 gallon of warm water will get most bugs
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I just checked and there was actually a tiny white flying gnat, so only definitely thrips. Can I use adhesive strips to attract them? if so, is that enough or am I forced to use something else? the plants are starting to bloom
You can look into anything with Pyrethrin should help, or that spinosad that ElGato linked. But know both of those are super toxic to bees. That shouldn't be a problem indoors, but just a heads up. Gluestrips should work too, but slower. I might hit them with something and then put up gluestrips then keep them rotated out when they get full/stop working.
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