Plants suffering from mites? Avid/forbid dunk or neem spray?

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    spokehead88

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    Thank you so much!
    Juat saw your 20k shed build, flawless construction man.
     
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    spokehead88

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    So the captn jack, work suprizingly better than anticipated, i did 3-4 foliars with that stuff, i also rotated with go gnats, witch im liking very much, i did a forbid spray for under leafes before flip to bloom, followed by a heavy ro rinse 30 min after forbid foliar. I just scrogged em b4 flup, ill post a pic.
    I ended up buying method-1 ppm and ive used it 4 times give or take, im deff digging the method-1 ppm, it smells great, and will use in flower as a ipm.
    With area sprays after every doliar, using the more organic remidies have seemed to prove itshelf vs the harsher ones ive used.
     
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    spokehead88

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    6 days into bloom
     

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    Clones
     

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    spokehead88

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    2 weeks in a bloom.
     

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    lemmy714

    lemmy714 Well-Known Member

    Amblyseius Andersoni for all mites. These predator mites like lower temps in the low 70's as well. They eat russet mites, broad mites, spider mites. Fuck Avid and Forbid. If you are using that, you better not be smoking that shit with anybody but yourself.
     
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    lemmy714

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    Personally, if the infestation is that severe, I would toss everything and wash the room down with bleach. Then I would start over and introduce the Amblyseius Andersoni predator mites before the infestation is severe. Do not take clones from people without putting clones in quarantine for at least a month. Thats the most common way to get these fuckers is by bringing them into your garden yourself.
     

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