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    Aphids week 10 of flowering

    Hi, I was looking at my plants the other night and notice aphids. I am around week 10 of flowering, all stigmas are white and perky and trics are clear. Is it too late to use insecticidal soap?

    #2
    Yes, don't soap your buds
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      #3
      Great! Thank you for your quick reply. Do aphids commonly get into flowers or do the stay on the leaves?

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      • tvbfe
        tvbfe commented
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        No problem Skunk Not sure myself never had aphids. Maybe some yellow sticky traps to draw away from your flowers? Somebody will know more

      #4
      Not sure but u might try lady bugs or a mantis, lady bugs will eat them, I had a leaf hopper problem towards the end of flower an was scared to spray my buds, the mantis ate them allin like 4 days.. not sure if they will eat aphids tho

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        #5
        Thanks. Im in new england and a bug guy to boot. Cant find a lady bug to save my life. Typically i get calls daily for them entering hotels this time if year...murphys law

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          #6
          If I ever got aphids, I'd use a combination of water and dish soap. Works on roses. If you're growing outside get a potted mum plant, they keep bugs away.
          ​​​​​​3 X 3 gorilla - Soil with fabric pots
          LEDS - 240 G8 + 90 Watt flower booster
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          GH flora trio/calimagic/killer tea
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            #7
            Whats the ratio for soap to water? Apply it with a spray bottle? Do i need a rinse?

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            • Canuck147
              Canuck147 commented
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              spray bottle indeed - I believe about 4 parts water to 1 part soap - sorry- not sure about a rinse. Never rinsed the roses anyways.

            #8
            Actually Danny Danko answered that very question in the latest High Times - he says - Green Lacewings are predatory insects that feast on aphids. Sometimes referred to as 'aphid lions' - order them on line and get their eggs shipped. Plant them in your soil and a few days later, aphids are on the menu.
            ​​​​​​3 X 3 gorilla - Soil with fabric pots
            LEDS - 240 G8 + 90 Watt flower booster
            . Viparspectra 300
            GH flora trio/calimagic/killer tea
            Sour Diesel - BlackJack

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              #9
              Good tip. Ordered 1000 eggs online this morning...munch munch munch...buh bye aphids

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                #10
                Neem oil with a dish soap mix- kills everything

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