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safe indoor bug bomb???

Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by TYPE-X, Jan 1, 2008.


    TYPE-X Well-Known Member

    Anyone know of a bug bomb i can use in my grow room? all my plants in that room are dwc so i will run a fresh air hose out the door for the air pump while the bomb is going off but i need to know if this is feesable?

    gangaguru975 Well-Known Member

    well are you treating bugs on the plants or in the same room as the plants?
    and what kind of bugs are you treating? these are things ppl need to know.
    deffinantly pick up something organic or non-toxic.
    heres a site with all the info you need on what to get for your grom rooms insect problems
    Insect Control

    MagicBullet606 Member

    I had a bad problem with spidermites and gnats and tried a lot of stuff then came across a bug bomb that was made for the grow room
    Doktor Doom Total Release Fogger

    Stock the Doktor Doom Total Release Fogger in your pest-control arsenal for a doctor that's on-call 24-hours a day. The active ingredient, pyrethrin, is derived from chrysanthemums and proven to successfully destroy spider mites, aphids, whiteflies, fungus gnats, and more.

    I just covered the lights etc with bags and set off the fogger and it worked like a charm

    This fogger is safe for use in greenhouses and indoor gardens, around all plants including fruits, vegetables, and ornamentals.

    The 3-ounce can treats a 3,000 cubic foot area.

    hyroot Well-Known Member

    If you use doctor doom you have to take the plants outside ane do it there. Its too toxic for indoors. Pure spray green is th best thing for spider mites and its omri listed. Then for gnats diatomaceous earth. And/or predator mites or predatory nematodes. Use only organic means or quality of plants will suffer.

    monkeybones Well-Known Member

    release a bunch of ladybugs

    practically as well as literally a safe indoor bug bomb

    dvs1038 Well-Known Member

    I was gonna say the same as monkeybones, as long as u have a somewhat sealed room, which it sounds like u do so when u release em they dont all go bye-bye.

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