That’s the right attitude to have @Dreamer! Keep me posted on your progress and your next grow
Sometimes someone slacks down there at the farm, and aphid eggs don’t get fully sterilized when they cook the soil. I had aphids that I’m pretty sure came from the soil.
Me to it can be no fault if your own …next time just they have mild treatments that prevent this sort of thing periodic things that aren’t harsh and kill the few loners that might pop up before they swarm
I haven’t seen anyone try this but I’ll bet it would work: place a large trash bag around plant and dump a chunk of dry ice in the bottom, seal so it vents out the top and leave for 24 hours. I’ll bet THAT will kill all aphids. Should not harm plant at all.
You might be onto something @Myfriendis410
That is an interesting approach…take the fight out the bug smother them mofos
They look great!
Thanks, hope to keep the bugs away, if I get the praying mantis, I guess I better take the yellow stickers away so it won’t get suck!!! Plus they got 20 babies started!!![quote=“MattyBear, post:39, topic:61234, full:true”]
They look great
Well, just sampled my white widow that got attacked by aphids!!! It was pretty good, no bad taste. I can’t wait to smoke the clones which if every thing goes alright, they will be fantastic!!! @Myfriendis410 @fano_man @Drinkslinger @Covertgrower @MattyBear. I think I will wait until I grow outside to get the praying mantis.
Happy to hear they turned out.
great I’m glad you got er done I cant wait to smoke some good home grown it feels like it’s been forever …well it has been a while
Fungus gnats. Top dress your pots with 1 to 2 inch layer of gnat nix. It doesnt bother your plant or mess with ph.
Yup. I agree with @imSICKkid I’ve used that stuff in the past and it worked great
I’m gonna also call a mosquito is in the one pic…the one with skinny abdomen he just ain’t full of blood yet
One is a mosquito. No idea on the others.
Can I ask a silly but relevant question? I have confirmed I have some fungus gnats in my indoor grow, but it seems to be that they are having no effect on my plants. Given that they are currently in the flowering stage, so not overly keen to do anything untoward to the plants, is it one of those things I should be able to accept and move on? Had for a couple of weeks now and see no ill effects to the plants.