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    MICRODEMO

  2. USB MICROSCOPE

    USB MICROSCOPE

  3. HotshotShorty

    What is this? Challenge

    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...
  4. HotshotShorty

    What is this? Challenge

    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. :peace:
  5. HotshotShorty

    What is this? Challenge

    There is a product by Bayer that is new and very effective. 1 ounce/gallon. 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. I do...
  6. HotshotShorty

    What is this? Challenge

    Got some chlorosis going on. It was thought to be a cal-mag issue. I am finding these darn mites on these leaves to be much more extensive that previously realized.. :peace:
  7. HotshotShorty

    What is this? Challenge

    Broad Mite SARDI - South Australian Research and Development Institute - PIRSA mirror-text- Prepared by Gabriella Caon and Tony Burfield (SARDI Entomology 2006) Broad Mite Polyphagotarsonemus latus (Banks) Tarsonemidae, ACARINA Description and life cycle The egg stage is the most...
  8. HotshotShorty

    What is this? Challenge

    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...
  9. HotshotShorty

    What is this? Challenge

    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...
  10. HotshotShorty

    Out Of Storage

    disregard this post
  11. HotshotShorty

    What is this? Challenge

    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: :peace:
  12. tricky problem

    tricky problem

  13. HotshotShorty

    Nutrient burn? or not!

    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...
  14. calcium def?

    calcium def?

  15. HotshotShorty

    Nutrient burn? or not!

    Re: Nutrient burn?? or not! FLUSHED with SLEDGEHAMMER 2 tsp/gal - 1 gal/plant FED 1 tsp CAL-MAG & 3 TSP BIG BLOOM - 1 GAL -- 1/6 gal/plant :peace:
  16. HotshotShorty

    Nutrient burn? or not!

    Re: Nutrient burn?? or not! The nitrogen toxicity was because my "organic" potting soil was completely infertile and they almost died. Circumstances mandated I use mir-gro. Even at 1/2 strength, that happened, but they did not die. I have been very pleased with FF and the growth has been...
  17. HotshotShorty

    Nutrient burn? or not!

    Re: Nutrient burn?? or not! Here is the plant with issues. Is this old issues just now showing? Is this ongoing with corrective action needed. I got some cal-mag but have not yet made an application. some images may be of the same leaf. I hope this helps you...
  18. leaf issues

    leaf issues

  19. leaf issues

    leaf issues

  20. leaf issues

    leaf issues

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