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Discussion in 'Newbie Central' started by crow499, Apr 15, 2007.


    crow499 Well-Known Member

    if anyone is haveing problems you should give this a try here is what it can be used for
    [FONT=Tahoma, Verdana]SM-90 Pest Inhibitor[/FONT]​

    [​IMG] [FONT=Tahoma, Verdana]Use Nutrilife SM-90 to prevent or treat bacteria, fungus and insect problems. SM-90 is prepared from natural plant oils - the organic composition of SM-90 is biodegradable and non-toxic to humans, animals and plants![/FONT]
    [FONT=Tahoma, Verdana]SM-90 is a good product to use from day one with your plants to keep them healthy and pest / disease free. Use as a foliar spray or root feed in both soil and hydroponics gardens.[/FONT]
    [FONT=Tahoma, Verdana]Root Disease: SM-90 inhibits common anaerobic fungal and bacterial pathogens. Use for any root disease from ascomycetes pathogens including fusarium, pythium, rhizoctonia, phytopthera and sclerotinia. When added in small quantities to plant nutrient solutions, root disease infestations are inhibited and new root growth emerges. Treated plants develop greater root area and root runs and exhibit a generally healthier root development. Application rate: Apply 2 - 3 ml for each gallon of nutrient solution on a weekly basis.[/FONT]
    [FONT=Tahoma, Verdana]Plant Infestations: Treat leaf or stem infestations by appying as a foliar spray. SM-90 eliminates many molds, mildew and leaf spot and is also effective for botrytis, blight, fusarium, leaf mold, rhizoctonia stem rot, sclerotinia stem rot and others. SM-90 also discourages and eliminates many common pests including aphids, thrips, spider mite, and whitefly. It is believed to act as a systemic to inhibit insect colonization and to deter reinfestation. Application rate: Mix 1 part SM-90 with 5 parts water. Spray directly on plant leaves and stems - be sure to spray entire plant as a prevention measure. Repeat every 3 days for up to 3 applications. Spray plants with water to prevent excess build during repeated applications.[/FONT]​

    [FONT=Tahoma, Verdana]An added benefit of SM-90 is an increase in metabolism and growth rate when used on a regular basis. A great choice for growers looking for a safe product to use on their consumable crops. Be sure to spray diluted solution within 8 hours of mixing. Keep away from sunlight.[/FONT]

    [FONT=Tahoma, Verdana]NOTE: SM-90 will inhibit beneficial bacterial colonization. If you are trying to promote bacteria growth in your garden, this may not be a desirable additive.[/FONT]

    GREAT STUFF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    HeavilyMedicated Active Member

    It's an old thread but never to late to spread the word some more. picked some up a week ago and used it on 3 of 6 plants and it really did clean the roots as well as promote allot of growth. It also seems to work really good on PM.

    toostonedto Active Member

    I have some stressed plants in my flood table that I think might have root rot. They are in starter plugs put in 2" net cups then put in hydroton. How can I use SM-90 to treat root rot WITHOUT taking the plants out to check the roots?? Moving therm around is what got me here I think.

    Rez temps are around 64-65f

    Lockdown420 Active Member

    This stuff saved my plants from root rot, fungas gnats and thrips and looking like shit. I'm not big on buying additives but whoever invented this stuff needs some kind of an award. After reading on hear other people using it for bugs i tried it. My plants are thriving again and bugs hate it they hauled ass out of town when that shit hit and i haven't seen anything since, it has made growing fun again. Thank you SM-90. Best $20 i ever spent.

    mrmadcow Well-Known Member

    good stuff for hydro. due to some gov regs, they no longer claim to cure root diseases but sell it as a water wetting agent. still works great.
    I have used it for spidermites after treating w/ neem oil w/ good results.
    avoid using it in soil as it will kill/hinder the good bacteria.

    dtp5150 Well-Known Member

    im gonna spray for bud rot tomorrow with this stuff

    dtp5150 Well-Known Member

    This stuff works for bud rot!

    BigBuddahCheese New Member

    I used SM-90 in DWC and seemed to not do anything.. used Dutch Masters Zone and it was a miracle worker. Will not run without it now.

    sfgunna Member

    the thing is to spray this stuff early and often.. bugs can rehatch eggs in 3 days. i spray sm90 once a week for veg and azamax the next week. then do this first 2 weeks of flower as well and you'll have no bugs. switch it up so they pests dont grow immune.
    lucky island hydro

    lucky island hydro Member

    Can it be used in conjunction with the dutch master zone I wonder

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