Mites and other small pests can lay their eggs in cuttings and these can be missed when you look for pests because they are not obvious. Pesticides should kill them, but some pests like the powder bugs lay their eggs inside the stems and seem to always come back. If you can't get rid of bugs like this then you may have to toss your genetics away and get new ones. For breeders this can be a daunting task. A long term project can be terminated by a few bugs wreaking havoc in the grow room. Breeders should pay strict attention to keeping their grow rooms clean at all times.
Outdoor growers, should pay especially close attention to keeping fences, and mesh flooring up at all times. Outdoor grows have to combat not only bugs, but animals as well.
Today we are going to teach you how to effectively eliminate all of your pest problems.
predator urine or by building a mesh fence around the bottom of your outdoor plants. This will keep the chucks from eating your stems and branches. Use more than one rap of mesh and make sure that you keep it tight. Also planting Marigolds near your grow will also help keep the chucks away. Epsom salts can be sprinkled on the vegetation and fruits of your garden plants to render them foul-tasting to groundhogs. You can also drop rodent gas bombs in their burrows.
Marijuana Predators and Pests
Predator urine and small fences work wonders to deter rabbits from eating your crop. Shake-Away Small Critter Repellant Works great as it is made from Fox urine.
predator urine from coyotes. Make sure to use predator urine which does not attract plant-eating animals. Products like Deer Off or Liquid Fence really help to keep deer away.
Essentria IC3 Insecticide Concentrate is one of the preferred methods, as it handles numerous pests.
Essentria IC3 Insecticide Concentrate is your best friend.
Diatomaceous earth sprinkled around the base of plants is a very effective repellant. Though Essentria IC3 Insecticide Concentrate will get rid of them for good.
Safer's soap helps to kill them. The spray won't harm beneficial bugs, and it's safe to use up until the last day of harvest.
table salt about 4 feet away from base of your plant. Then make another circle a foot in from that. Salt is deadly to snails and slugs and will keep them out.
Spectracide, which does wonders for killing Ants and Termites.
Essentria IC3 Insecticide Concentrate will handle all your aphids.
Remember, the keys to a successful grow lie in keeping your grow room as clean as it can be at all times. Clean everything with bleach! Don't take things from outside into the grow room. Keep shoes out of the room. Hats as well. It's a good idea to never let anyone see your room. That way you are the only source of contaminates, and if you watch yourself, then you will be able to avoid these pest problems. Outdoor growers should focus on keeping those fences up, and making those pesticides and fungicides work for you. Good luck fighting the good fight!