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    Default Please help in identifying this bug!!

    Thank you for taking a look in trying to identify this bug. I have battled many pests in my time. Bit this one had me baffled. I soaked my ladies with some pure crop 1 (first time using it) and the very next day and for last few days these white dots have appeared all over my pots. Moving pretty fast too. For the pots I didn’t apply pure crop 1 no sign of hem. So I’m assuming whatever was in my soil, they did not like the PC1

    Here’s the video. Sorry I zoomed in best i could. Please help

    https://youtu.be/UeyyD7ow-pc

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    [QUOTE=Peanuts;1070827287]Thank you for taking a look in trying to identify this bug. I have battled many pests in my time. Bit this one had me baffled. I soaked my ladies with some pure crop 1 (first time using it) and the very next day and for last few days these white dots have appeared all over my pots. Moving pretty fast too. For the pots I didn’t apply pure crop 1 no sign of hem. So I’m assuming whatever was in my soil, they did not like the PC1

    Here’s the video. Sorry I zoomed in best i could. Please help

    https://youtu.be/UeyyD7ow-pc

    Tiny, maybe broad/ russet mites mate.....



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    I've reduced your post count to 7, to make up for your race to 10 posts so that you could post your link...!

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    Quote Originally Posted by M_C View Post
    I've reduced your post count to 7, to make up for your race to 10 posts so that you could post your link...!
    At least I contributed appropriately to those threads :-)

    Any help on the vid MC? Thrips? Mites? Aphids?

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    You need to get magnifying glass on these at least for us to identify

    The look small and numerous enough to cause you issues though
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    At least I contributed appropriately to those threads :-)

    Any help on the vid MC? Thrips? Mites? Aphids?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Peanuts View Post
    At least I contributed appropriately to those threads :-)

    Any help on the vid MC? Thrips? Mites? Aphids?
    Dug a few old ones up!

    No idea on the bugs mate, I can't make them out on the vid

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    spray em with some tomato plant bug spray, iv used it in the past and killed spider mites and thrips, couldnt tell ya what they are tho

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    No webbing on the plants? Looks like spider mites to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CityDweller View Post
    No webbing on the plants? Looks like spider mites to me.
    Yer the two in the top right of the screen do look like spider mites if you look close enough. You flowering yet mate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macky View Post
    Yer the two in the top right of the screen do look like spider mites if you look close enough. You flowering yet mate?

    I wish they were spider mites. Those I can try to get rid of. No webs. Still in veg but can’t figure this one out. Gonna buy a microscope and report back with it.

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