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Yeah! It's Bud Worm Season. Pics

Discussion in 'Outdoor Growing' started by CrazyChester, Sep 11, 2008.

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    trippnface

    trippnface Well-Known Member

    first cats spotted. it's on boys
     
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    trippnface

    trippnface Well-Known Member


    those things sound badass; where do you pick em up?
    I would love to see those elite soldiers fucking these devil moth/worms up

    and hell ya; i would love a tesla coil capable of frying anything coming near my plants lol
     
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    backtracker

    backtracker Well-Known Member

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    beanieldc

    beanieldc Member

    Just started getting bud worms on only one of my plants? whats up with that?
     
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    thebonzaseedbank

    thebonzaseedbank Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

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    Pat666

    Pat666 Well-Known Member

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    Jared Cox

    Jared Cox Member

    Inspection, inspection, inspection. Those darn white flies. You can spray Dipel around your area to cut down the population.
     
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    Sativa911

    Sativa911 Active Member

    When should you stop using before harvest? I would hate for my bud to taste bad =(
     
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    josevolution

    josevolution Member

    image.jpg Can anyone tell me what these guys are and should spray anything to get rid of'em they have wings are very fast any help would be greatly appreciated ..
     
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    backtracker

    backtracker Well-Known Member

    Leafhopper and do kill them asap they suck juice from the plant and spread nasty shit around. Captain Jacks Bad Bug Spray works.
     
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    thumper60

    thumper60 Well-Known Member

    if outside imposable to get rid of,grow big healthy plants letem chew:bigjoint:
     
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    josevolution

    josevolution Member

    Thanks yeah hard to control will look into CJBB spray ...
     
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    backtracker

    backtracker Well-Known Member

    Not impossible but damn hard. I had an invasion of the bastards this spring. I got a hose end sprayer a gallon of CJBBS and in the early morning and late evening I sprayed around every plant and any place they were seen also mowed all the places they could hide. They hop on and off the plants and they lay eggs in the soil so getting them and the soil wet with CJBBS kills the eggs and the adults. It took about three weeks but they're all dead now. Persistence.
     
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    josevolution

    josevolution Member

    Ok thanks for the advice ^^^^
     
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    kowski

    kowski Member

    Have you tried diatomaceous earth on the plants to kill the bugs?
     
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    indican3

    indican3 Well-Known Member

    Questions

    First season growing outdoor in Southern Ontario Canada, I went to my local hydroponics store and asked about bud worm and if they sold anything. Guy looked really puzzled, he'd been there for over a decade and said he never heard of anyone really with budworm issue and had nothing for it. So my first question is.....do I need to be concerned about this like how regional is budworms lol?

    Second question is I bought some BTK, if I spray my plants with it, how long do I have to wait before I can add pollen to the bud sites? I'm trying to cross 2 plants.

    Edit: I asked a second hydro store and the guy gave me the same response, I don't think it's something I have to worry about it in my area.
     
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    thumper60

    thumper60 Well-Known Member

    been growing in maine 20 plus yr,last yr first time I had bud worms, climate change?
     
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    josevolution

    josevolution Member


    So an I spray the plants directly with cjbbs ? Now that they are totally flowering ?
     
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    backtracker

    backtracker Well-Known Member

    In flower you can use The Amazing Doctor Zymes https://nhs-hydroponics.com/doctor-zymes-eliminator-1-quart/ it doesn't leave any thing on the flowers it dissolves them and their droppings.
     
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    josevolution

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