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VToutdoor started grow question 3 years ago
The webbing is gone after using Neem but the leaves are brown. I'm wondering if I should cut it out or see if it recovers.
I'm at day 38, 32 days till harvest
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Critical Purple Autoflowering
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Fruitgrower answered grow question 3 years ago
Take the infected areas off and begin spraying with diluted neem oil. Put up sticky pads to catch the flying ones. Make sure there's plenty of airflow. Ladybugs work a treat too:wink:
Mrs_Larimar answered grow question 2 years ago
Its always better to cut away what looks infected, after your grow, clean all your growing stuff, not to infect your next plants. always try to reduce rh in watering more often but less. and watering if lights turn on so you reduce humidity too.foggin spidermites love it warm and humid, now you kow the signs of thos foggers and you can act very early if you see first signs, happy growing
Removed answered grow question 2 years ago
I'd cut my losses! Very hard to get rid of mites on plants that far into flower without contaminating ur buds with whatever u spray . Make sure to get rid of the plant once chopped like tied up tight in a bag and desposed of far away from grow site! Give it a week ... than thoroughly disinfect and scrub your GrOw room treat walls with diluted neem spray. Wait a couple days wash with fresh water thsn commence the start of a new grow or else u pose the risk of a re infestation. Sorry for the bold answer but it's my true opinion.
Jocolope answered grow question 3 years ago
Cut whatever you sprayed.

Cheers
Majormolasses answered grow question 3 years ago
I would cut it get rid of all the old dead and make sure there is nothing any sort of big or pest can come back on you want a healthy plant especially if there is no crystals on them.
Cheeba_Inu answered grow question 3 years ago
I agree that it looks like spider mites. I would leave the branch to recover. You can keep spraying with Neem every few days, but I would be careful around the buds as it can impart a taste. You can spray the buds and foliage with a garden hose and blast the mites and their eggs off. Be extra careful to get under leaves as well. The plants look healthy, and the issue should be manageable!
DILLIGAF answered grow question 3 years ago
@VToutdoor Hi there yes the webbing is a sure sign of Spider mites Extremely hard buggers to completely
eradicate Cut off any effected plant material and keep monitoring for more activity look under the leaves for tiny little almost microscopic spiders. they will suck the goodness right out of your plant eventually killing it if not
kept under control Here is a link to controlling spider mites Good luck and I hope this is the answer you were wanting https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=5&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwj5l6Ov98njAhVy73MBHd-gAJwQFjAEegQIBRAB&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.trifecta.com.bz%2Fdefeating-spider-mites%2F&usg=AOvVaw3rgpP4YvKypTHQ8evtNbvd
Cannibalgardens answered grow question 3 years ago
Weight the benefits do u want to smoke neem oil do you mean that bud or the whole plant if it is just a bud stalk like it looks like cut it off out and toss it in my honest opinion I would just throw that big branch off if you can I wouldn't want to smoke that even if it's been 2 weeks later just my opinion. Best of luck I had some of that too on a too bud 3" long I cut it out and tossed it .. cheers from Canada