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Old 10-20-2016, 05:48 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Default Re: My indoor lighting experience.

i havent seen any yet this year either although it has been a problem the last couple winters
it was easy enough to treat with predatory mites (about $45 CAD)

i read that wetting the surfaces of the plant makes it less hospitable
for the mites to breed so i am trying to avoid them in the first place

if you do end up needing predator mites... spidex worked for me
but spical (californicus) does better with short photoperiod
(spidex will not multiply in 12 on 12 off)

anyhow sorry off on a tangent here,,,,,
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