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    Freind of mine has russet mite on his plants. Hes about to switch lights to flowering but the bottom half of his plants are quiete bad infected with russet mite. Has any one had any experience with canna cure it mentions a fewbdifrent bugs on the back but not risset mite. It dosent kill yhem on contact it sais it make them stick in 1 spot and they cant feed and starv to death bit dosent mention russet mites.

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    I've never seen that before and I wanted to do a little research cuz I'm always looking for a good bug treatment since I grow outdoors. That one ingredient sodium laureth sulfate
    (SLS) seems to often contain a chemical that is a neurotoxin and has harmed people when used in cosmetics. Supposedly it's in soaps cosmetics etc. The fact that it's a neurotoxin and I read someplace else that it's a lung irritant or an inhalation irritant, makes me want to avoid it like the plague for any plant that's already begun to flower.

    I'm not sure that any insecticide is safe to use when the plant is in flower, but I would look into azimax. See if it's available in your area, it's derived from neem oil. Neem oil itself is often manufactured in a way that it contains a lot of toxic stuff unless you're paying big money to get to read a clean and pure organic stuff.


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    They havent flowerd yet he will be switching to 12/12. He was hoping to coat them all over in this just before lights out as they claim ots a nutrient too. But again dosent mention russet mites on the label. Few people have said use flying skull nuke em. But this seemed the better option was hoping some one had tried it with results

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    I had good results with Azamax has I said in your other thread on mites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue61 View Post
    I had good results with Azamax has I said in your other thread on mites.
    Have u got any links where to get it cant find it available any where

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    Where u located? The states?

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    No uk. And looking at some immages i would say its thripes rather then russet mites tbh

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    Amazon has it.Not sure about thrips tho.

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    I've used that nukem before it's good, but expensive stuff. The same ingredients as standard poultry wash over here. I think over there somebody said they use Harkers poultry wash? After all chickens get mites too.


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    Neem oil for the win!
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    As above neem oil and or if using soil mix neem meal into your soil let it cook for a few weeks and then forget about mites and stuff

    It becomes part of the plant and bugs just stay away from them


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