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    i like the hairs on 1 but it doesn't look as crystially as 2 and 3.
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    Its going to sound funny to say this, but I think the first plant under more lumens is developing more slowly (and bigger) than the lower lumens plants (2 & 3). The lower level ones are starving for light so seem to be limiting how much bud comes up that they can develop. I've been debating weather to reveg the lower lumen plants. But that could take more time than i want to spend on this variety. So I'm hoping to get more room under the better lights when I can.

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    interesting that is a little backward from most of my experience.
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    Still chugging along. The plants under the lesser lights got moved as soon as there was space. They recovered a bit, but not hugely. Interesting experiment anyways. The bud even in small bud chunks is very nice. Still the red widow.

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    Great pics GG oj

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    Nice Thread GG
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    Question What Model Camera ??

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    May I Ask What Model Camera You Have ?
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    Thanks everyone. Pete, I'm using a Cannon. Sorry, I saw your thread, and my camera is part of your no go list, so I never posted.

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    My camera was broken and in the shop for warranty repair. I finally got it back this week. Meanwhile, the snowqueens are growing along!

    Plant one:

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    Plant two:

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    Nice looking snowqueen's, miss that strain and minniemouse.

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    I never noticed that the pics went away. Not really sure when that happened.

    Here is some widow and mites.

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    And more mites, predator and widow.

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    Shame about the spider mites. I am assuming that the predator mites are the larger of the two types of mites I can see in the pics?
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    GG, no offense and knowing you would'nt be offended if i said so, but the predator mites can only do so much. Your mite problem did'nt look as bad until I saw the one photo with many eggs. You gotta consider using miticide if your gonna grow in that area again. Even knowing your situation of pets in close proximity you gotta do it. Summer's here and you can safely spray with you and your pets outside.

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    You are right Moto! We will need to eradicate and bomb the room - taking the birdies outside for that is perfect! Probably spray just before we leave for hempfest. We are making a completely separate room, new light fixtures and everything. The predators worked like every product does - for a while. Long enough to finish flowering. I'm happy with the natural solution, I like the no chemicals, and its small scale practice for in a greenhouse. The present room is being ripped down too in the plans!

    Some of the eggs in the pictures belong to the first set of predator mites we introduced. But the temps have gone way up, so the second set we got are a different species (from NZ! probably bred in Canada though). I'll keep taking pics, I've seen both bugs together under the loupe already. I wanna see a predator eating a mite! Now I have 2 to look for.

    Most of what you can see in these pictures Moose, are mites! In the second to last leaf shot, there is a red dot at the bottom left leaf - I think that is a predator. The mites are greenish with 2 back stripes (not both always visible).

    Its a really small space. Its weird being mad scientists with bugs!

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    We chopped all the girls down. The leaves were yellow from the mites sucking them dry. Sigh! lol and onwards we go. A last little batch is underway. We are back to chemicals at the moment. And weird pictures too. Then probably a small hiatus as the entire area gets cleaned out! Freaky summer.

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    Make sure you thoroughly spray your grow area with a powerful miticide to prevent a recurrence. This is most important. Follow up 1 week later with another burst. When you do your next grow try and introduce predator mites onto the plants from the get go in case you miss any eggs.
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    We don't think the predators reproduced very well. Probably due to conditions - temps rose quiet a bit for us at one point.. We tried 2 different kinds of the same family of predator - phytoseiulus persimilis.

    I think if we had a proper greenhouse I would want to use them. But I'm trying to get rid of the beasts completely. I brought them in on a clone so they aren't established, I can hope!

    I know some people locally are fans of avid. I'll also have to see what I can find at the shop in TO next time I'm there. Maybe even resort to neem oil. See if I have any options.

    How far can the mites travel? I'm changing up physical spots (yay new room). I'm just wondering if I don't manage to get rid of them, how long it Could take them to move to the new spot?

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    I know you guys in Nth America are avid for Avid for mite control, but there is an Aussie product that works much better than Avid. It is called Mite-Rid and it is a systemic organic miticide. I have sent many bottles of this to mates in the US and they agree it is far better than Avid,
    Here is my post on Mite-Rid.

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    MITE-RID Has been developed for the specific purpose of dealing with the dreaded red spider and two spotted mite.

    MITE-RID works by leaf absorption, so the need to get under the canopy of the crop is no longer necessary. When MITE-RID penetrates the leaf tissue any mite that tries to attack the plant will be eradicated. One application is usually all that is needed although an additional spray may be required to clean up any eggs, or if the infestation is heavy. MITE-RID is quickly setting the standard as an effective treatment with next to no plant sensitivity. MITE-RID is definitely the new product to replace your existing spray program, or an insect deterrent for outdoor plants.

    YOU WILL NOT BELIEVE HOW EFFECTIVE THIS PRODUCT IS

    I am currently trialling this product on indoor and outdoor grows. I am also testing on Azaleas and rhododendrons, and will be checking how effective control is, with particular regard to Cannabis.

    I have already used this product on indoor cannabis grows, and have only ever needed one application. I think it is an excellent organic systemic treatment.
    It is available from Accent in Australia. Grant there is a big help. The manufacturer, Trev at Hydromasta, is a cool guy, and can give any detailed advice on his products. He also has a new root conditioner that fascinates me.

    If you are trying to get a hold of some, you can contact Grant at info@accenthydroponics.com or Trev at trev@hydromasta.com.au This stuff rocks!
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    What is it actually tho????
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    As best as I have been able to discover, it is primarily local Neem oil, but there may be other ingredients. I will do my best to find out for you ok, as it is always best to know if any chemicals are in it when using on our medicine.
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    Update here guys on the Mite-rid. I just now got a reply to my email to the manufacturer of mite-rid re ingredients.
    Here is the email:

    Original Message -----
    From: TREVOR HOLT
    To: Mark
    Sent: Wednesday, July 15, 2009 7:07 PM
    Subject: Re:

    Greetings Mark.

    Many thanks for your enquiry.

    Neem oil is the base (Bonding component) also contains other botanical oils and Liminiods.

    Fully organic, and derived from the neem tree, the active ingredient is compound called azadirachtin.

    No bad guys in it at all.

    Where do you want me to send the samples?

    Max Yield will be doing a product feature in the August issue.

    We have also been sending Mite rid to the U.S for some time now, clients just order it through our site http://www.hydromasta.com.au/store.php?id=16

    No distributor in the U.S or Canada as yet.

    Could you send me a link to the expo?

    Talk soon.

    Regards Trev :-)

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    ok VERY interesting! I have access to Einstein Oil locally.

    http://www.planetnatural.com/site/einstein-oil.html

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    We seem to mite free now. The fungus gnats will probably never go away, but they are easier to deal with. Tired of schwag we broke down and harvested this girl early. She's the farthest along of the bunch. White Maria.

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