I am confused, buds don’t need light do they? I was under the impression that leaves needed the light. So my question is… would I chop a big leaf to get light to a bud or is the leaf what is feeding and building that bud we are trying to help? Thank you! Where the fuck is my man Coach?
Best way to apply wettable sulfur? Wilson goddamnit, I have never had a full on russet mites infestation! I just need to clear that up. And do I actually have them? As of now I have found nothing moving. Did I? Yes yes I did. I have a microscope for my shop in one right next to where I sit inside at TV time. Compound lab microscopes. Now that we have established I am not covered in the goddamn bastard’s. However have truly found some, through intense leaf peeping.Well I want to do is not get them again. And if there is any little lurkers still lurking about I would like to kill them also. I am not going to throw out all my plants. Not an option. We all have our reasons for things. And for some people this would be a great option. Providing that the next batch of clones they get doesn’t also have them… No I don’t want to pop any beans. What I want to do is keep up my regime of different things until I have not found anything moving for a couple months. My hobby is looking In my microscope. My husband calls me scientific Sam. Trust me when I say I will be continuing to look hard and you can count on good information from me on bugs. Not nutrition. I fucking suck. But I got the wettable sulfur y’all told me about. Now I want to know the best way to use it. The directions are very boring. Should I be doing this with lights off should I do this at night outside how should I do this exactly? Because I have not seen anything moving in a while, I do not want to do any unnecessary damage. I need to stay on it hard yet also do no harm. Would be very ironic if I screwed my plants up and never had the russet mites. So I have a bag of wettable sulfur. I have indoor and I have outdoor. My outdoor greenhouse material is light diffusing. And less sort of burning light heat damage. Keep that in mind. Indoors I’m under 600 W HPS. Rydog Would be very ironic if I screwed my plants up and never had the russet mites. So I have a bag of wettable sulfur. I have indoor and I have outdoor. My outdoor greenhouse material is light diffusing. And less sort of burning light heat damage. Keep that in mind. Indoors I’m under 600 W HPS. Raw doggin. Where are you coach? I know you’re not the bug man, But just want to know you’re out there coaching some green pea.And not somewhere coughing up a storm