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Posted by PhlemRock on December 22, 19100 at 23:37:31:

In Reply to: Bugs from the land down under posted by Cloz on December 15, 19100 at 19:58:02:

>>Hey I was wondering if anyone could tell me how to get rid of little bugs flying around my outdoor plant without using chemicals. I have heard that a morning wash with soapy water helps but I can't find any info to confirm this. Please help my baby.


>>Using dishwashing liquid works on SOME bugs, but unfortunately not all. Most of the time people go ahead and use chemical fertilizer and once the buds are harvested they're simply left somewhere in the open air and usually the chemicals evaporate after a couple of weeks.

Also you can go to your local nursery and tell them that you have a couple of 'tomato' plants and they have mites and describe what they look like. Make the point quite clear that you want to still eat the 'tomatoes' and they'll tell you what to do. You will probably have to keep spraying them over a couple of weeks because even if you kill the mites, their eggs will still be there and if you're slack, the saga will begin all over again. I can't give any specific brands because not all of them are found internationally, so going to your local nursery is probably a must.

You should be leaving your buds in the open air once they have been harvested unless they're dried very quickly (i.e. in the oven or under a hot light bulb). If they're kept in a container (still undried) your buds WILL start to grow MOLD!!! (Not a good idea) So just leave it on a table where a lot of air passes by and keep them dry!

Happy harvesting :)

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: >>Hey I was wondering if anyone could tell me how to get rid of little bugs flying around my outdoor plant without using chemicals. I have heard that a morning wash with soapy water helps but I can't find any info to confirm this. Please help my baby. : : >>Using dishwashing liquid works on SOME bugs, but unfortunately not all. Most of the time people go ahead and use chemical fertilizer and once the buds are harvested they're simply left somewhere in the open air and usually the chemicals evaporate after a couple of weeks. : Also you can go to your local nursery and tell them that you have a couple of 'tomato' plants and they have mites and describe what they look like. Make the point quite clear that you want to still eat the 'tomatoes' and they'll tell you what to do. You will probably have to keep spraying them over a couple of weeks because even if you kill the mites, their eggs will still be there and if you're slack, the saga will begin all over again. I can't give any specific brands because not all of them are found internationally, so going to your local nursery is probably a must. : You should be leaving your buds in the open air once they have been harvested unless they're dried very quickly (i.e. in the oven or under a hot light bulb). If they're kept in a container (still undried) your buds WILL start to grow MOLD!!! (Not a good idea) So just leave it on a table where a lot of air passes by and keep them dry! : : Happy harvesting :)



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