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broad mites

Discussion in 'Michigan Patients' started by Corso312, May 7, 2013.

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    Freekier1

    Freekier1 Member

    I agree , no residue , no mess.
    Just make sure you absolutely get them all, you never want to get them resistant to that.
     
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    Bigtacofarmer

    Bigtacofarmer Well-Known Member

    Do not use them in flower. Very uncool to do. Especially if you plan to share or sell it.
     
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    Freekier1

    Freekier1 Member

    Because dichlorvos degrades fairly rapidly it is not generally found as a residue on food. The UK Working Party on Pesticide Residues monitors residues in food, and dichlorvos is rarely found if at all.
    Ok, appreciate your input, but everyone has an opinion on this , so far no actual studies have shown residue or plant absorbtion from this... If it were to leave a residue like a spray i would agree.
    People are still debating this.
     
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    Bigtacofarmer

    Bigtacofarmer Well-Known Member

    All I was saying. If you are planning on anybody other than yourself consuming the product. Flower bug free plants or find a new hobby. At the very least write the warning off the pest strips on the bag so everyone can see. If I remember correct they warn you not to use where food is prepared.

    #dirtyeyballed
     
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    Bigtacofarmer

    Bigtacofarmer Well-Known Member

    The guy driving the car in my avatar thought it was ok to poison people too.
     
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    ProdigalSun

    ProdigalSun Well-Known Member

    Yep. I love that avatar
     
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