Well, I can do all the pre-planning preventative measures I want, but it seems like my russet mite is quite permanent.... The problem with my area is there's literally so many people growing, control of infestations permanently has become entirely impossible. At least I caught it early in veg. I was so busy scoping for russets that I missed some thrips setting up shop on my seedlings, too. I was 100x scoping and had a moment of "whoa, that's huge! ...wait, that's just a thrips" I would like to try sulfur as a control method, but I'm pretty sure it's already too hot to safely use, so back to the Organocide. Another year, another 5 gallons of fishy oil spray.