Hi everyone, thanks in advance for any and all advice. I need help asap! As the title read, I'm about 2-3 weeks out from harvest and I found myself having a growing infestation of aphids on my girls yesterday. All on the buds, and the underside of the leaves. Started on one cola at the base going up a cpl inches, lots of them all of the sudden from nowhere. Now i notice they have spread to the adjacent cola, only a few on that one right now...lots of eggs on a different plant in the corner...lots of adults, lots of juveniles and eggs..so it's looking like the makings of a full blown infestation. I have asked every grow shop in town what can i do to kill them safely this close to harvest without affecting the final product, and gotten a different answer from each. Please help! I'm not a newbie, but I've never had to deal with aphids, and I got so much conflicting info both locally and online that I'd like some clarification.. What can I do to kill and get rid of them so close to harvest-(according to the breeder they should finish in 10-14 days. I may start my flush in a week or 2, but looks like could need longer)-without hurting them in any way, or affecting the final product? Some said use take down at 1% spray as a spot treatment, so I bought that but haven't applied it, or anything yet. Some said there's nothing I can do cause it's way too late to spray anything. Some said a fogger, like Dr doom...some say that's a big no. If I were to want to use one, I don't even think I could as I'm in a small tent, and the girls would get sprayed directly by the fogger, no matter where I would place it in the tent. What about neem oil, would that be effective? Ive used it this late in flower before for mites, and everyrhing was ok. Will it work as well for the aphids, and the eggs? Or should I use the take down with pyrethrin instead? So that's where I'm at, what are my options at this point? Thanks.