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Akjames5265

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Hey I have only used this website for a few days but still can't get a direct answer on a bug prob so here goes....... I have been growing in soil for 3 yrs and always have the same bug prob. It generaly starts after 4 to 5 weeks into flowering. The bug in question is black between a 1/8 th and a 1/4 in long and seems to discolorate the leafs to death. At first I thought it to be thrips but the signs don't match. For starters I see no defenite poop.

I could be wrong but I sprayed an organicide on them(which is supposed to kill them) and it didn't do anything. So to say the least I am perplexed

Any help is greatly appreciated

Sorry abbout some spelling
 

JJ Bones

Nug of the Month: Feb 2013
If you've been growing in soil for 3 years and always get the same bug problem, I would change soil.

If you can get pictures of your pest it would definitely help.

I recommend AzaMax as a foliar and soil drench (unless your using worms).
 

68camaro

New Member
bio degradable dish soap, spray everything
neem oil
dont over water, let it dry out without wilting. very dry!!!
let me know
 
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