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    Floramite SC works extremely well if you have an infestation.

    I like neem for general health/organic preventative.

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    Use epsom salt at 30mls per gallon of water and add a drop of soap as a wetting agent. To fully dissolve the epsom salt put it in hot water and then just add it to your pump sprayer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by builtaforest View Post
    Floramite SC works extremely well if you have an infestation.
    Also, Forbid. Both FloramiteSC and Forbid are ovacides as well as miticides and will kill the still unborn terrorists before they have a chance to wreak their mischief on your ladies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RacerX View Post
    Also, Forbid. Both FloramiteSC and Forbid are ovacides as well as miticides and will kill the still unborn terrorists before they have a chance to wreak their mischief on your ladies.
    This! Forbid and Floramite work extremely well. I alternate between them, and do a preventive measure spray just before I flip them to flower, so the buds won't get tainted.

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    while my lab is pretty hermetic, im a fanboy of azmax.

    still, for mites, mighty wash.

    best of the best imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gudkarma View Post
    while my lab is pretty hermetic, im a fanboy of azmax.

    still, for mites, mighty wash.

    best of the best imo.
    I hear nothing but good things about mighty wash & its safe to use so may look into it. I know just where to get it $35.00 out the door. I get tired of using neem extract all the time.

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    neem is great. i love it for tons of reasons.

    lately, i've been using potasium silicate in place of neem.

    i've only gotten mites from lazy dirty lying farmers that send me cuts... which i pretty much had to stop doing cause it created way too much drama in my lab.

    got some trainwreck from a "friend" , came with an order of mites.
    those mites were california born & raised ...& now on the east coast fucking up my lab.

    mighty wash saved the day.

    then i pulled out the no pest strips to seal the deal.

    few days after the pest strips , i unleashed a spray bottle session of azamax.

    i believe in staying in those mite asses & then some.
    persistence & switching up the game every few days is what works for me.

    ever since i stopped trading cuts, my lab is spotless.

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    Try some mite rid from the boys in Austrialia. I love it and it is a good switch up from the mite wash. I like the mitey wash, but have better results with Mite Rid, and you only have to spray the top halfs of the leaves. Good and gentle, but strong enough to funk with them lil funkers. funk on and keep on the war boys, dont let the lil guys get ya.
    Quote Originally Posted by jerrdog View Post
    I hear nothing but good things about mighty wash & its safe to use so may look into it. I know just where to get it $35.00 out the door. I get tired of using neem extract all the time.
    Funk Monk

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    Quote Originally Posted by gudkarma View Post
    ever since i stopped trading cuts, my lab is spotless.
    I went that route for a while, but I felt like I was categorically depriving myself of some great genetics. This technique has not only kept PM out of my room, but I haven't encountered any tiny terrorists from cuts since I started using the technique, either: http://www.weedwatch.com/forums/clon...t-disease.html

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    I got tired of giving company's my money, I've experimented with different ingredients and ratios, I found this one to be quite effective at getting rid of spider mites. I've used it twice so far, the 1st time wiped em out and i been dealing with them for a minute now, the 2nd time was to catch any stragglers, though it seems this mixture has killed the eggs too!

    Per gallon of warm water add:
    1)Neem oil - 2 tbsp
    2)Rosemary oil - 1 tsp
    3)Mild dish liquid (I use Ivory) - 2 tsp
    4)Whole leaf Aloe Vera juice - 1/4 cup
    ......shake well during applying, spray the whole plant and top of the soilmix. Repeat every 4 - 7 days. I have to get some alkaline water again too, I sprayed the leaves before with it and it cleaned the Mighty Wash completely off of them ....probably experiment with making the solution in alkaline water since it has a frequency added to it!

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