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Hi all, got some plants given from a friend that have brought a few little flying bugs. They have got into my flower and veg tent! Have a bottle of OCP eco-neem laying around and wondering if thats safe to use during veg and flower?

 

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Can you identify the bug? Pics speak a thousand words.

I only ever used neem for fungus gnats. Even then I only ever used it on the medium (i was in 60/40 perlite/coco at the time) and only in veg. I think I did use it once in flower but I was only about two weeks in so wasn't too concerned.

It does have a withholding period. I think it's 2 weeks, it's been a long time so I can't recall exactly. So if you plan to chop within that period, don't use it as it'll still be in the plant and it's not safe to consume.
Yes, it's "natural" but so is arsenic.

I never sprayed it directly on the plants anyway as I'm funny with chemicals (be they a plant extract or something more sinister) on my plants.

Hang about, there will be others with more info that I've been able to provide.

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If in flower I would look at using a more organic way to control your beasties rather than use Neem. As Leni said, Neem oil can hold onto your plant for quite some time. If it's just a few flying pest, start with some sticky fly paper, the yellow stuff.

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