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Attention Colorado Growers! Wanted Spider Mites, Aphids, Thrips, Whiteflys, Etc. I need your bugs!!!

Discussion in 'Colorado Patients' started by bobivxx, Nov 2, 2016.

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    bobivxx

    bobivxx Member

    Hello, I am involved in a study with the goal of eliminating cannabis pest without the use of pesticides. I'm in need of a good supply of test subjects. If you have affected plants with a good population of insects I want to talk to you! If you have any type of mites, thrips, aphids, scale, mealybugs, fungus gnats etc. I am interested in taking them off your hands. I am willing to pay for them! Meeting off site or whatever makes you comfortable is fine with me.

    I am in southern Colorado, But will travel anywhere in the state if it's worth the trip.

    Thanks,
    -Bob
     
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    dito27

    dito27 Member

    I've got a bunch of aphids on my mini bell pepper plants you are welcome to :)
     
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    i grow everglades bud

    i grow everglades bud Well-Known Member

    Try some of these dispensaries in CO. You would be surprised
     
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    DukeOG

    DukeOG Active Member

    Does this mean youre creating a gmo cannabis plant?
     
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    chemphlegm

    chemphlegm Well-Known Member

    even a gmo cannabis plants that repels/kills pest would have a built in pesticide like gmo corn does, still a pesticide, only produced within the cell.
    natural oils have been used for centuries to control these same pests. dlimonene, neem, cinnamyde, peppermint etc. All of these pests can be purchased too.

    this is one way a stranger could gain access to otherwise private marijuana gardens. what a swell way to get a story, or an address, or access......
     
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    MMJ Dreaming 99

    MMJ Dreaming 99 Well-Known Member

    LOL!

    He could also try growing MMJ in CO. Don't worry - in your final 2 weeks - spider mites will show up. the Thrips may show up earlier.
     
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