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#1 Ventury

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Posted 17 March 2019 - 02:14 PM

Hi
The little bastards are back.
I sprayed 6 wks ago an anti aphid spray. Now a few wks into flower I see there back. I read I shouldn’t spray twice, . The wife also likes leaves in the odd salad, Would freezing/ washing help before eating. I diluted the aphid spray with juice so it would hang on the leaves longer ( thanks jimmy)
Would you folk spray again
Thanks people

 

 

I deleted the pic for your security Ventury,

 

Atb, D.

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Posted 17 March 2019 - 02:43 PM

You can get mite and aphid sprays for fruit tree's and bushes that can be sprayed when ever needed, and there is a time limit after spraying when you can't eat the fruits, but after the time limit has passed the fruits can be eaten. Just google Aphid sprays for fruit tree's/bushes, something should come up.

This should give you an insight to it.

 https://www.rhs.org....profile?pid=927

 

 

Nice looking plants Ventury.


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Posted 17 March 2019 - 03:08 PM

High @Ventury

 

Is it aphids?

 

I've never had them indoors, but on outdoor veggies, a good blast from a hose usually gets rid of them :)

 

And, yes, beautiful plants :weed:


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Posted 17 March 2019 - 06:40 PM

I can see you in the mirror.

 

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Top spot Marcus  :thumbsup:


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Posted 18 March 2019 - 01:06 PM

Cheers Marcus, I’m no pretty sight either lol
Thanks denotes, horse badorieties. There aphids, we sprayed all over last night. It’s in doors so we think the aphids were in the tent from the last grow, that’s the first time we saw them. This time we had the cold minus outside temps so climate control balance has been harder but we are loving the journey

Thanks good people

I used the wrong terminology to search here, just found more info on critters/pests
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Posted 18 March 2019 - 01:16 PM

I can see you in the mirror.

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Marcus, the wife and I are hearing more and more of pet oil being used with very low THC. I respect and agree with your view on no THC for pets but we are now using V low doses under close supervision. I’m now of the belief THC and CBD together help more effectively. I appreciate I’m in a minority on this
Now more weed research is opening up globally, we are excited for this unexplored natural med and the new benefits we may find....

the above view is ref to indica only.
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Posted 18 March 2019 - 01:29 PM

Get down local Wallmart or B&Q they sell stuff for aphids yu can use on fruit and veg right to chop day or up to a few weeks before harvest. Ok your not smoking apples or oranges but it`s an an option and that stuff doesn`t hang around long before it`s just small residual traces left behind so long as it`s not systemic bug killer that is.


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Posted 18 March 2019 - 02:23 PM

Soapy water and maybe some cinnamon around the base of plant because that will stop the ants baby sitting for aphids and will leave aphids no back up ...


If you see lady birds around not sure where your from but we have lady birds out and about already and they love aphids and mites

Oh and you can make a cheap home spray will smell of garlic tho lol

fresh chopped and bashed garlic cloves then sit in vegetable oil overnight

Strain garlic out n3zt day add little soap and warm water and shake and spray:D

But does smell strong garlic ... i use the garlic one and now made a scotch bonnet spray too but tht stuff is like cs spray
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Posted 01 April 2019 - 01:52 PM

Critter free

We are 2 wks into flower. The flower/buds are still small unlike the last grow

Are we doing something wrong,we watered and add nutrients

Any input welcome

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Posted 01 April 2019 - 02:26 PM

If they are 2 weeks into 12/12 they looking good to my eyes and are just starting to bloom in general, nothing out of ordinary their mate.


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