They are in flowering-just barely.
(this is a continuation of a comedy/drama experience)
The product I was really wanting is "Bayer Forbid 4F Miticide - 8 oz"
I might breakdown & buy a bottle and take half and sell the rest on eBay.
I am anticipating the delivery of a 200x usb...
The problem is that these are BROAD MITES.
a very difficult pest to control.
there is one mitacide by Bayer that works, but it is only sold in 8 ounce bottles.
I need about one ounce.
The 8 oz. on Amazon is $250 , that is too much product & too much money.
There is a product by Bayer that is new and very effective.
8 ounces = $250.00 at Amazon.
I need about 1/4 ounce..
I got this Ariser vaporizer , and it is set up with a bowl to put flowers & herbs in as a potpourri warmer.
So, I'm thinking.. nicotine atomizer.
SARDI - South Australian Research and Development Institute - PIRSA
Prepared by Gabriella Caon and Tony Burfield (SARDI Entomology 2006)
Polyphagotarsonemus latus (Banks)
Description and life cycle
The egg stage is the most...
the fellow at a local hydro shop said he lost some plants to this, but not sure what kind of plants.
he said his leaves were "tacoing"
I got a radioshack microscope, 100x but VERY hard to use. I could hardly see them, but they were there.
I bought a 200x USB microscope(camera) for less...
Re: "What is this?" Challenge HERE IS THE ANSWER.
Order: Acari, Family: Tarsonemidae, Polyphagotarsonemus latus.
ALSO KNOWN AS BROAD MITES
The original author is not known to me.
Here is a mirror of the text:
This is a new problem to SoCal Growers as this is usually an issue up north...
Take a look.
Very little seems to be written about this.
There is good argument that it is NOT Tobacco Mosaic Virus.
Too much light? heat, nutrient,? too much elevator music??
I will post the answer & link later.
How about you posting the answer first??:high-five:
Re: Nutrient burn?? or not!
In the ongoing saga of educated nutrient guesses and research, I came across a youtube video.
Calcium Deficiency Explained - YouTube
This fellow says this is calcium deficiency :
The plants do have issues like this. (or look like this)
But, on the other...