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What kind of pest is this

Discussion in 'Bugs' started by Crippykeeper, Nov 2, 2017.

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    Crippykeeper

    Crippykeeper Well-Known Member

    2F08DB0B-A210-41AC-86C1-45D5C4790A5C.jpeg What are these ? 2E1DA77B-BEFD-4B69-8AFE-1425E8A55F85.jpeg
     
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    Crippykeeper

    Crippykeeper Well-Known Member

    DC4B3F97-A6D8-478F-9EEF-3E247141EE4B.jpeg I believe this is it
     
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    NugHeuser

    NugHeuser Well-Known Member

    The first two pics look like russet mites. Are you in veg or flower?

    If it is russet mites then you'll have your hands full.

    What are the plants looking like?
     
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    chemphlegm

    chemphlegm Well-Known Member

    thrip, need Microlift now and they die in couple days
     
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    Crippykeeper

    Crippykeeper Well-Known Member

    yeah i took the first two shots the other post was of google of Thrips
     
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    Crippykeeper

    Crippykeeper Well-Known Member

    chem ive scoped my girls every morning for a over a weeks now and i cant find any bugs live or dead i do see what appear as eggs on all the girls leaves upper and lower and top of leaf and under side so i dont know wtf im dealing with
     
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    Crippykeeper

    Crippykeeper Well-Known Member

    ive been using spinosad, neem, and just recently azamax in rotation and like previous post no critters just what i believe are eggs on some of the leaves.
    whats really odd is something iv eating the finders of my leaves over night in my room looked for caterpillars but not as thoroughly as ive looked for mites,thrips,or aphids. if someone can advise id be really grateful.
     
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    MarWan

    MarWan Well-Known Member

    sticky traps on the floor and hung above might help you catch the culprit.
     
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    waterproof808

    waterproof808 Well-Known Member

    Looks like russet mites.
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    Crippykeeper

    Crippykeeper Well-Known Member

    I agree I haven’t found anything else that resembles what I captured I wish I could post the video I took fast moving little fucker. I haven’t been able to spot another one knock on wood hopefully I caught it early and I was very aggressive to the ladies and environment. I will post with update if I figure this out. Thanks for the heads up
     
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    waterproof808

    waterproof808 Well-Known Member

    Russets dont move very quickly. So if the pest you spotted was on the run, it is likely something else.
     
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    Crippykeeper

    Crippykeeper Well-Known Member

    Yeah it was pretty quick do you know if videos are postable here
     
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    TheGuyWithTheGrow

    TheGuyWithTheGrow Member

    Absolutely a russet mite. If you see one there are already many. When I had these I scrapped everything and restarted but mighty wash did help, sulfer does work, and heat treatments help. To me it’s all too much effort now, you’re much better off scrapping and cleaning in my opinion. If they are on the veg plants I wouldn’t flower anything until the veg is clean. Those things suck
     
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    Crippykeeper

    Crippykeeper Well-Known Member

    I was scoping my plants for over a week every morning and I couldn’t find and more critters do the stay in groups under leaves? I went at the plants hard neem spinosad azamax Beethoven TR fogger in rotation for a few weeks killed a lot of leaves in the process but I believe I got them. Waiting for the girls to finish flowering then gonna forbid on vegging ladies. Thanks for the input
     
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    Bombattak

    Bombattak Member

    Iso alcool 99% mixed with water 50/50 will kill on contact, black soap and neem will kill eggs and you put diatomaceous earth everywhere (on and under plants,, over your soil, your grow room to avoid them moving away.
     
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    Colo MMJ

    Colo MMJ Well-Known Member

    Yup. Alcohol is the big gun in this case. What is black soap?

    I have hammered em with a combo of Forbid 4F then a few days later a mix of 1 teaspoon of Dr. Bronners Peppermint soap/oil, 1 teaspoon of Neem oil, a few drops of Ivory white dish soap or Dawn blue dish soap, 6 drops of rosemary oil, 6 drops of lemongrass oil, to a gallon of water,

    You can also get Canola oil at any grocery store for $1 to 2 and add a half teaspoon of that.
     
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    Bombattak

    Bombattak Member

    Black soap is the samething as dish soap, just diff kind of soap.

    Bro u did it well your bug killing combo is real good. Hope u win the war!!!!!
    A++
     
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