Captain jack to kill spider mites? Safe for indoors?

Discussion in 'Bugs' started by Joshc92, Jan 28, 2018.

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    Joshc92

    Joshc92 Member

    So I have spider mites and have been using neem oil, its actually bon neem. I bought some captain jack dead bug today and I wanted to know if anyone uses it indoors and is it safe?
     
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    chiqifella

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    NewGrower2011

    NewGrower2011 Well-Known Member

    Old thread but I was searching on Spinosad and came across it. I was questing it's indoor use myself.

    I have a bottle that I ended up not using since there's specific labelling saying "For Outdoor Residental Use Only" - so the outdoor part seems very specific to me. It seems like it should be safe - but if so - why the labeling which could hinder their sales of the product?

    Anyone know if the stuff expires? I'm thinking it would have to have some max shelf-life. My bottle has sat for quite some time now....
     
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    kkt3

    kkt3 Well-Known Member

    Recently I acquired 4 clones, 2 watermelon and 2 NL#5. They had a bad spider mite infestation. I sprayed every 3 days for 9 days. That stops the cycle and gets rid of the mites. Haven't seen them since.
     

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