unidentified flying bugs!

Discussion in 'Bugs' started by flodas, Dec 26, 2016.

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    sammy2

    sammy2 Active Member

    The dunks release the eggs on the surface of the water. Then they hatch and the bti feeds on larva, which they then.
    multiply through the water. You crumble it up on top of you medium and the same happens. Why did you mention sq ft
    instead of surface. I didn't over pay, it did the job and i still have 5 1/2 dunks left, for 9 dollars. I don't know how long the dunks will last, but I pick them up in 2010 and my son just used a pinch of a dunk and it still works. Here's a link on dunks.

    https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=142461
     
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    Grojak

    Grojak Well-Known Member

    fungus gnats no big hit em with some organic like Azamax

    flying root aphids bid deal... check your root health. Sticky traps will help with either to get the flying bastards but is its aphids their in the soil too. most organic method is an inch of sand on top of the soil or go toxic!!
     
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    NaturalFarmer

    NaturalFarmer Well-Known Member

    BTi is a bactrium that rips apart the gut of fungus gnat larvae when they ingest it. sq ft is the surface. Have a good one
     
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    sammy2

    sammy2 Active Member

    Yeah, fungus gnats are easy, root aphids suck. By the time you see the fliers, they are well on the way..
    The main thing is to id the problem with the plant and then finding the remedy.
     
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    Urbz

    Urbz Well-Known Member

    Isn't bactrium an antibiotic? How does it effect them like that?
     
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    NaturalFarmer

    NaturalFarmer Well-Known Member

    There is a very wide world of bacterium on this planet.

    "a member of a large group of unicellular microorganisms that have cell walls but lack organelles and an organized nucleus, including some that can cause disease."
     
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    CannaBruh

    CannaBruh Well-Known Member

    SF nematodes for fungus gnats, left unchecked they can wipe out a root system.
     
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    Urbz

    Urbz Well-Known Member

    You meant bacterium. Makes sense now.
     
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    Antman15

    Antman15 Well-Known Member

    Eggs hatching and gallons in square feet??? wtf did I just read?
     
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    Urbz

    Urbz Well-Known Member

    Do we expect any less on a site filled with stoners?
     
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    Antman15

    Antman15 Well-Known Member

    Any less? I expect more. lol. I'm at least humored. smh
     
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    Urbz

    Urbz Well-Known Member

    His math was cubic feet I think.
     
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    MickFoster

    MickFoster Well-Known Member

    I agree. 100 s/f has no volume at all - it's a 2 dimensional measurement.
     
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    Urbz

    Urbz Well-Known Member

    Like trying to measure weight in inches.
     
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    Antman15

    Antman15 Well-Known Member

    another dimension another dimension another dimension another dimension.
     
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    Antman15

    Antman15 Well-Known Member

     
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    sammy2

    sammy2 Active Member

    Yes I was medicated on Rug Burn and got s/f mixed with c/f. There is 748 gallons in a 100c/f. I stand to be corrected, thanks.
     
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    Antman15

    Antman15 Well-Known Member

    ....and this statement?

    "The dunks release the eggs on the surface of the water." That Rug Burn has you all fucked up.
     
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    sammy2

    sammy2 Active Member

    Yeah, I was in another dimension last night and I've started up again. Oh Yeah
     
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    Antman15

    Antman15 Well-Known Member

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