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    HELP! Spider mites

    Okay, so this is a question I should have asked before doing it, but now I am seeking some reassurance that I have not completely screwed up my plant. I have a 2' X 4' x 6' grow tent in which I was cultivating 4 plants; one indica and three sativa. I was having a problem with just one, the indica, that from the pics on this site I determined were spider mites (was there a reason that they only attacked the indica and not the sativa?). I have a loupe and could see those tiny critters just sucking the life out of my plant. The solution I read was to spray the plant with Spinosad. So I had this epiphany to mix enough solution in a 5 gallon bucket and dip the plant for complete coverage. After this bold move, I now need to know if I f'ed-up my plant.

    Thanks for any positive answers. I will reluctantly read any negative ones as well. Also, why did they only attack the indica?

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    I have no idea if that's a good idea or not but I like the way you think and would like to stub in for future reference. good luck.
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      #3
      Maybe just pull her out and praise the powers that be it was not the three Sativas they liked better?

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