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Yeah! It's Bud Worm Season. Pics

Discussion in 'Outdoor Growing' started by CrazyChester, Sep 11, 2008.

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    too larry

    too larry Well-Known Member

    The Mendo Dope boys use a bug zapper to cut down on moths. If you are growing in your yard, you might want to look into that.
     
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    too larry

    too larry Well-Known Member

    I am 180 degrees from you. I have only seen a few really small worms, but I have had to chop lots of plants due to rot this year. It rained just about everyday this summer, so there was that.
     
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    jbcCT

    jbcCT Active Member

    Congrats. Looks like you got the nutrients & water right. Looks like high on the nitro but I'm nuke man myself, I torch em just below point of leaf burn. On $100 bucks in seeds this year I'm multi pound. Love outdoor.
     
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    jbcCT

    jbcCT Active Member

    Yeah that's us outdoors. Fighting that good fight. Different parts of U.S diff problems same game.

    Connecticut summer this year, very little rain, cool temps. Shit October we're dry and low 80's, which blessed me, they got a way from me a little, working two jobs.....

    But after all they don't really need me, few cuts, little dis little dat......
     
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    SageFromZen

    SageFromZen Member

    Instead of emblazoning your growing space with a toxic cloud try spraying your plants with BT from mid-veg through early bloom. I myself have only learned of this recently and am trying it on my crucifereous vegetables and I'm not seeing pincher bugs so I think there may some validity to the BT thing. Another fail-safe that I like to do every season is to dab Tanglefoot all around the base of each of my plants. Just above the cork line. Stops any and all crawlies and slimers from coming up your stalk and wreaking havoc.
     
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    gg2

    gg2 Well-Known Member

    WORM IN THE TEQUILLA:P OH YEA:hump::leaf:
     
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    Chunky Stool

    Chunky Stool Well-Known Member

    When bugs are really bad outside, I religiously spray a deterrent on the soil & trunk after every feeding. My favorite is a 50/50 mix of Monterey spinosad + Natural Guard insecticidal soap.
     
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    Warpedpassage

    Warpedpassage Well-Known Member

    Alright folks, as promised.

    I thought this was from a a caterpiller but now i think its some sort of larvae from some fly. There were virtually no visible pests,and practically no real damage to foliage. Found one single fly at 8 weeks of flower. Picture of the fly to follow as well. No spider mites were observed, nor their telltale damage signs.

    At harvest most flowers looks great, but when breaking apart the bud you see what looks like very fine webbing.


    This is apicture a piece i submerged in water for a couple hours. The amber coloring appeared after submerging.

    In this pic you can kind of see that the "webbing" is resting on top of the trichome heads. This was from a plant 3 wks into flower.


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    In this picture you can see this substance beginning to encompass each calyx. With a vigourous flowering plant, calyxs will continue to stack, creating what looks like webbing inside the buds.


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    Next few are from dried flowers.

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    These were from a live plant.


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