It's Hotter Than A Rattlesnakes Taint

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Supposed to be 111 degrees today. Between the heat and my MAC strain being extra delicous, spider mites are really giving me the meat lately. I rotate Green Cleaner, CannControl and Nuke Em. I use more Azamax than anything else in veg and only use the OMRI's at the lightest dose as a preventative in early flower. I'm thinking of fogging my veg and utility room that I use for mixing, transplanting etc. with this stuff.

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Never used it before.
Will it stink up these rooms for days?
I understand it shouldnt be used in flower and I definitely dont plan on making a habit of using it. Thoughts?
 
BoostNBuds

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Its non toxic and generally breaks down over 24-36 hrs. It's plant based but also comes in synthetic versions. Similar properties, not sure about the stank factor lol. Should be effective and safe to use.👍
 
Ponky

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Make sure the bomb you're using isn't flammable. Some are. Have to be done with no power off. CO2 poisoning is a other way to get kill the Borg. I defeated them once. But had to kill the entire show. And use ozone and industrial cleaners.
 
Goblinkiller

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Cant tell you, only recently learned about this plants properties. Its growing all over my country. I have read its one of the best insecticide to use..but I have to read up a bit on it myself.

If you copy paste the latin name for the plant and search i am sure you will learn more
 
plantlover84

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Cant tell you, only recently learned about this plants properties. Its growing all over my country. I have read its one of the best insecticide to use..but I have to read up a bit on it myself.

If you copy paste the latin name for the plant and search i am sure you will learn more
Thanks. Just did a quick google for anyone else who is curious: "The plants contain a natural insecticide called pyrethrin, which, if consumed, can be toxic to dogs, cats, horses, and even children." So, sounds like they should be avoided in households with pets.
 
BoostNBuds

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Thanks. Just did a quick google for anyone else who is curious: "The plants contain a natural insecticide called pyrethrin, which, if consumed, can be toxic to dogs, cats, horses, and even children." So, sounds like they should be avoided in households with
I fogged my cats veg room and hes just not been the same since...lol. I didn't think about the flammability issue. Good point ponky.
 
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