Insect help!!!they are eating everything!!!

Discussion in 'Growing Marijuana Indoors' started by ydorke1981, Aug 6, 2019.

  1. Pics attached. These are my outdoor girls and figured I ask here or if anyone could throw me toward a good thread or person for help. I cant see any mites or anything, beetles I think but dont know, never had this or saw it and all my tricks are numbered and dont want to use chemical crap on em.... or am I beat and just adjust next year with added preventive measures. Heres the pics I can take more, almost In flower. 6 dif strains, bushy but I defoliate regularly. Thank you

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  2. There is no picture mate, you messed up something
     
  3. Sorry...here they are[​IMG][​IMG]

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  4. I did, my bad.

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  5. My bet would be caterpillars. However, if you cannot see any bugs on your plant, most likely its a flying bug which likes weed; cant blame them.

    I would suggest using chemicals, if they are not in flower yet. If they turn to flowering, you wont be able to use chems.
    Its up to you what you do, but if you make this decision, dont hesitate, you will run out of time

    You could use some sticky-yellow paper (i dont know its proper name), it worths a shot
     
  6. You've got to help, more...
    keep looking for the critter.
     
  7. They bout 6' tall 6' wide and bushy enclosed with lots of sun and air flow. Have been watering as they ask for it only; it's been dry for a while. I've used so far: hydrogen peroxide and water, dish soap(dawn), and any organic spray I could find. At times I've seemed to slow it down but back in a week. There are a few diff types of spiders in there, but are larger and have been there every year and seem to help with other insects. Also there has been an abundance of beetles that's not normal; looks like Japanese beetles but bronish/gold with black spots, same size. There are also pincher bugs that seem to like the corn, and some little mini millipedes and centipede looking motherfuckers. It has to happen over night because I spend a lot of time out there, picking veggies too. Only thing out of the norm is the beetles. I looked underside of leaves with loupe and nothing. I'm outta options and willing to do whatever I have too. Was gonna be a great harvest year now this, that's the outside never know. Whatever it is, it doesn't touch tomatoes, peppers, squash and other shit.....just the girls and snow peas.

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  8. Hang some yellow sticky traps. Whatever is eating them will probably show up there.
     
  9. I dont know what type of bugs those are, but what I do for organic insecticides is limonene/linalool mixed with nicotine. They're both organic fertilizers well the nicotine is sort of. Just take one cup of tobacco and soak it into a gallon of water for 24 hours. Then take lemon or orange peels(the more the merrier). Then take the zest off of the peels and simmer it in water for an hour or so. When it's cool, mix it with ur tobacco water and strain it. Then just dilute with water until it looks like a light tea and spray ur plants. Nicotine is a nerve toxin to insects such as aphids, caterpillars, leaf miners etc.... and the limonene/linalool kills most wax bodied and soft bodied insects. It also acts as a deterrent because bugs dont really like the smell.

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  10. Thanks guys, I will try both methods at the same time and provide progress after a couple nights and see what happens, thanks a bunch guys.

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  11. I will get pics tonight of the bastard

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  12. I knows it's been a bit since I posted this and not sure if anyone will read but here it is, but it's been raining and I only found these guys munching on my girls and veggies pincher bug. I'm flowering g so I gotta figure out something, this is the clearest picture I could get of one on a pumpkin plant, they been eating girls leaves and worried about bud, I'll listen to anything anyone has so I can attempt to save them thanks.[​IMG][​IMG]

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  13. Get some yellow sticky paper, Or chemicals to kill them. This is the only way
     
  14. Try Dr Zymes. Organic citrus acid. Spray a few times and if u see anything in soil do a drench

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  15. Already got yellow stickies, I'll get some dr games now thanks guys

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  16. Can I get it from Amazon or you reccomend anything else.

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  17. Yes

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