sounds like a plan bro
gonna cover the greenhouse when lights are on at night
Edited by itchybromusic, 20 March 2018 - 07:11 PM.
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Thanks for the advice guys. The manual removal method and yellow traps are working at the moment, but i will definitely look at getting some neem and powdered silica as well as something like the bamboo apartment complex. In the long run the IPM will be the way to go i think but handy to have options when things get out of hand. I usually keep a close eye on the plants but was caught napping this time. I will be letting that seed mix run wild in the garden and now that the colder/wetter weather is going to start being a pain in the arse i'll probably be using the greenhouse will have to pot some up as well. I will be doing a few autos in the greenhouse with supplemental lighting and heating during the colder months to keep my hobby and medicine going, so i'm sure i will be calling on the knowledge of the pros again in no time
nice one 420 ... reckon you have it sorted.
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