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    #16
    Last night I noticed the Alien Rock Candy was showing more signs of crinkling and shriveling so I did an emergency transplant to a 3 gallon fabric pot. It could well be that my plants have been unhappy in these tall narrow plastic pots. The roots were starting to wrap around the sides some and it was definitely not to soon to transplant. Blueberry (which is growing fast!) and a few others will go to larger pots this weekend for sure. There are still no signs of trouble in the others, luckily. I may just start moving these guys straight from cell pots to 5 gallon pots from now on.
    Flower tent:
    4x4 tent, Platinum LED P4-XML2. Flowering Blueberry, Alien Rock Candy, Orange Cookies X Nicole, Jack Herer and Peyote Z--z in four Patio Pickers.

    3x3 tent, Platinum P300 LED. Flowering Alien Technology, Sweet Zombie, Purple Urkle and a Larry's Lemon OG clone in 5 gallon pots.

    Coconut Grove:
    4x4 tent, Platinum LED P4-XML2 Flowering Northern Lights, Larry's Lemon OG, Expert Gorilla, Peyote Forum, Granddaddy Purple, G-13, MAC-1 and Chocolate Mint OG.

    Nursery:
    32"x32" tent with T-5 fluorescent panel. Two MAC-1 clones in 5 gallon pots and a Larry's Lemon OG cutting that may eventually root.

    Coco/Perlite/worm castings/mycorrhizae living soil mix.
    Down-To-Earth dry amendments.

    On deck: Tuna God, Bubba God or OG Kush for seed plus assorted feminized seeds. I might even try my Blueberry Kolache F1s. Have over 1000 homegrown Ghost Train Haze seeds and hundreds of Skunk #1 and Blueberry available for trade.

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      #17
      For the sake of anyone who comes across this thread in the future - Hemp russet mites are sneaky little bastards! I didn't get in any pics showing the more typical leaf curling from the petiole out or maybe someone could have helped spot it. I went through everything I could think of to get the environment perfect but never figured it out until I started going through my grow books cover-to-cover. The GWE page on these devils almost does a disservice by showing an unusually large cluster of them on a plant. I never got that, only a small gathering at the leaf petioles and I only found that once I had an inkling to look. If you think you have hemp russet mites, my pictures show some of what they do. The primary sign of an infestation will be shrunken leaves curling up at the edges, especially the smaller fan leaves, not a yellow cluster of bugs. They do very similar damage to leaves as broad mites but without the blistered shiny stuff. I trashed all five of the worst infected plants then trimmed off the worst of the damage at the tops then sprayed hard with Lost Coast Plant Therapy and will do so every night for a week. If that doesn't wipe them out, I will try stronger measures. Right now, everybody seems happy enough with the ideal automated environment and living soil.
      Flower tent:
      4x4 tent, Platinum LED P4-XML2. Flowering Blueberry, Alien Rock Candy, Orange Cookies X Nicole, Jack Herer and Peyote Z--z in four Patio Pickers.

      3x3 tent, Platinum P300 LED. Flowering Alien Technology, Sweet Zombie, Purple Urkle and a Larry's Lemon OG clone in 5 gallon pots.

      Coconut Grove:
      4x4 tent, Platinum LED P4-XML2 Flowering Northern Lights, Larry's Lemon OG, Expert Gorilla, Peyote Forum, Granddaddy Purple, G-13, MAC-1 and Chocolate Mint OG.

      Nursery:
      32"x32" tent with T-5 fluorescent panel. Two MAC-1 clones in 5 gallon pots and a Larry's Lemon OG cutting that may eventually root.

      Coco/Perlite/worm castings/mycorrhizae living soil mix.
      Down-To-Earth dry amendments.

      On deck: Tuna God, Bubba God or OG Kush for seed plus assorted feminized seeds. I might even try my Blueberry Kolache F1s. Have over 1000 homegrown Ghost Train Haze seeds and hundreds of Skunk #1 and Blueberry available for trade.

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        #18
        A grower by the name of Joshua steensland grows or used to in living soil. From kiss organic. He had the same issue check out his channel on how he got rid of them. Mostly beneficial insects I believe.

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          #19
          UndergroundFarmer Glad to hear the larger pots helped. Next time you have a plant you're gonna toss,try a neem oil tea, 1tbsp. dawn dish soap and 1 tbsp.neem oil-1 gal warm water and give it three weeks or so for the roots to suck it up. That'll take care of those noseeum little bastards when they take a bite. And the're buddies digging around in the soil too. It doesn't keep well, so use it all or make a 1/2 batch.

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