I need help ASAP!! Pest problems again.

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RealizedReal000

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So I noticed some signs on my plants today. Some holes and what looks like burn marks. And I found pests on my sticky traps but can’t tell what they are.
please help.
 
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Pisano

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Tough to say with the pics. I see your new post too... do you think the yellowing is pest related?
 
RealizedReal000

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Tough to say with the pics. I see your new post too... do you think the yellowing is pest related?
There actually isn’t any yellowing. What your seeing is what got caught on my yellow sticky cards.
 
plantlover84

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Hey! I'm thinking it's spider mites or aphids, but super hard to tell from those pics. I also suggest getting a digital microscope if you don't have one yet already. I can recommend one to you if you want! Just checked out the link you posted, cool! Did you purchase one of those insecticides? They aren't allowed where I live. There's a good homemade insecticide recipe in this link:https://www.grobo.io/blogs/growing/5-indoor-herb-garden-mistakes-and-how-to-fix-them but it sounds like you may have sorted yourself out! If you're not familiar with the common pests on plants, I'd check out this link so you can see what they look like! https://homesteadbrooklyn.com/all/2017/1/17/common-insects-pests-on-houseplants
 
RealizedReal000

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Ok as long as it’s mites I should be good then. I have nuke em, azamax, and lcpt. I just wanted confirmation of what it was so I know how to deal with em. Thanks. It’s been almost two weeks since I posted this so I’m glad I’ve been doing the mite treatment plan I had already. Been two weeks and 4 treatments. Did three treatments back to back on first day while lights were off. Let it dry between applications. And then every three days for this last two weeks. Will continue to apply every week after this. been using just nuke em as it’s practically the save as plant therapy but will use plant therapy as a preventative from now on in veg only cause I don’t want my buds to taste like peppermint. Lol
 
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These fuckers completely decimated my plants. They look like the blood was sucked out there plant bodies. Looks like those old ads about pot where they look like meat suits on a couch. Been battling em for a bit using all those methods I said and nothing organic killed em. Plants are limp and lifeless. Will post pics when lights come on. Been documenting everything for my purposes so I killed all but one. Crop will have abysmal returns. Oh well ya live ya learn. Hopefully my outdoor grow goes better. Btw. Haven’t overwatered in years. I thought it might be under watering but I watered and it never used it and it’s been a week. All of em actually. Roots were everywhere though. Not white and root hairs were gone. These fuckers were everywhere in the medium though.
 
Mrb53

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If they were spider mites, you would have seen evidence of webs somewhere. If they were aphids, they would be bigger and you would find the adults attached to the underside of the leaves and stalks. I think they are thrips...
Did you loose your plant/s? Organics failed? If they are in your soil, then you got larvae and eggs in there too so guaranteed to return
Have you tried a nano micelle bacteriological approach? I could send you a bottle, 10ml concentrate....enough to create a gallon of spray. You treat plant and soil, even in flower. Prevents and kills mold as an added bonus. If you are US, I would want $5 ship and $10 after it WORKS...if it doesn't work for you, only shipping was your cost
 
RealizedReal000

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If they were spider mites, you would have seen evidence of webs somewhere. If they were aphids, they would be bigger and you would find the adults attached to the underside of the leaves and stalks. I think they are thrips...
Did you loose your plant/s? Organics failed? If they are in your soil, then you got larvae and eggs in there too so guaranteed to return
Have you tried a nano micelle bacteriological approach? I could send you a bottle, 10ml concentrate....enough to create a gallon of spray. You treat plant and soil, even in flower. Prevents and kills mold as an added bonus. If you are US, I would want $5 ship and $10 after it WORKS...if it doesn't work for you, only shipping was your cost
Does that work on broad mites? I had my entomology buddy look at my video and he said without a doubt it’s broad. Lol
 
Mrb53

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it does, for the soil. For the insects (adults on the plant), my formula is not a kill product.
Advanced Colloidal Micelles Nano-technology Insecticide and Fungicide uses USP grade oil, plant extracts, and organic acid mixed into colloidal micelles (supramolecular surfactants). These micelles attract large particles using encapsulation. This encapsulation covers, maintains plant surface efficacy long-term, while increasing general plant health and BRIX score.

Insect Control - Kills sap-sucking insects on several different levels: dissolves the exoskeleton, blocks digest enzyme production, and eliminates ability to digest the plant. These enzymes do not harm beneficial insects, so it can be used alongside beneficial treatments.

Pathogen removal - Removes mold and mildew by cleaning the plant and scrubbing it. Creating a slick surface that it cannot adhere. It will also destroy pathogens creating a clean plant surface. All this while scrubbing but not affecting THC.
Controls the following Pathogens and Insects: Broad Mites, Russet Mites, Spider Mites, Aphids, Thrips, White Flies, Botrytis, Leafhoppers, Powered Mildew, Fusarium, Wilt, Downy Mildew, and other molds / mildews.

It can be used all the way to and including HARVESTING / DRYING stages.

There is NO RESIDUE which is why it can be used even in heavy flower and at the DRYING stage AFTER the buds are clipped..

for adults, you can do the following: to my solution, add a few drops of dish soap (Dawn)...Additionally, you can add cayenne or caparison oil, a drop or 2 of Apple Cider vinegar. You can use garlic oil instead of pepper. Spray the insects directly / undersides of the leaves.... The soap - wetting agent and makes everything stick better, it also dries out their exoskeleton (dehydrates them). The pepper...oh it burns them awful...the vinegar - acts as a repellent and the ph is very irritating to them. Garlic oil...a gentler alternative to pepper. You can actually just make a spray by itself using these ingredients. My solution goes to work; In the Soil (bacteria, Protean inhibitors, vitamins), On the plant (mold cure, prevention), On the Crop -washes / rinses off any residue before harvest without touching the THC...

If you are US, I would still just ask for shipp9ng and $$ later if you agree it resolves your issue...USPS 1st class is about 3-5 days delivery
 

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