Discussion in 'Grow Journals' started by SomeGuy, Nov 20, 2014.
So u guys like it ? What's it work on best?
Thanks for hooking me up with the eliminator, I love it! My plants are looking happier already
It's amazing, sprayed it on my buds and they still look/smell fantastic. SG says it will destroy russet mites and turn their white bodies brown, that's how you know they are dead. Really excited that it can be sprayed on flowers, now I don't have to worry about pests at any stage.
Lemon juice in your water will eliminate the chloramine immediately. It also makes a nice water foliar for pests and PM.
Good advice @Mohican. You can also use yucca extract to the same effect as per @hyroot. He highly recommends the aloe too. I got rid of the russets for the most part. Another month w my current ipm and they will be gone gone. Talking to a professor and he says almost no way to avoid them in CA. They can blow in w the wind.
Looks like you've been about as busy as me. Work and commute take it out of ya. Hope to see you some time.
I miss you man! The cool thing about outdoor wildlife is that there are predators. I keep releasing different predators in my garden and now I have quite a large diverse group.
I stopped using everything except good soil practices to eliminate pests. I did not find a single safe pesticide that didn't harm one of my predators. Neem killed my worms. BT killed my Mantids.
Ladybugs, wasps, mantids, birds, worms, fungi...
A strong spray of water can clean away most pests.
When I get the grow lab built, I will use filters and clean-room techniques to grow my medicine.
FYI. Dr zymes is a really safe organic pesticide. So is method 1
Neem killed your compost worms?
That is curious... I've used neem and tons of other stuff. Still find worms all the time in my soil. Even indoors.
Worms love neem, especially the cake, research shows it increases worm population by 25%. I always feed my worms a little bit of neem cake for that reason and it disappears after 2 days. I have even fed them paper towels that have been used to wipe up neem oil, and had the same result.
Some companies add other things to neem. Important to buy very high quality neem. Lol
@Andrew2112 thanks for the help today! I will definitely have you help me more. . We got a whole lot of dirt moved. The old GH tore down and the pad laid out for the new one. Really stoked for this season.
Glad I could help
Cool,it's that time of year
I need help too!
Any pics of the new pad?
I am loving the good news!
That was it. We leveled it and put industrial weed fabric down. Gonna build the gh on top. Lots of other garden parts to build also. I doubled my ganja space from 10*10 to 10*20. Plus have sativa plans along fence line.
I think all these guys should know you've been having a rough time man! I posted this in open show and tell also.
Anyone watching my thread:
Andrew and his family have had some real tough luck lately. This weekend their living situation was pulled out from under them. Andrew is an honest and hard working guy. If you have a larger operation and need some help this guy needs a job and deserves a good break. They are currently safe and sound with us for the time being but they travel light and need little. He needs to work with people that wont jack a guy with two small kids around. If you think you can help them out hit me up by email or post in this thread to Andrew.
He would be great in conventional landscaping and gardening/farm as well as cannabis! He listens and is a quick learner. He would be a boon to any crew.
Lord, but I'd love to help and will surely think of Andrew should I hear of anything with potential.
I work in a serious software nerdery....not much help, but I will keep my ears open.
You are a stand up dude SG. Good stuff has to come....the karmic cycle and all....
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