NYC Diesel

I coppied this from another forum not me personally!

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I would not use hot water though just manually get as many as you can and check back daily for a week or so to make sure you got them all!

just my 2 sense, happy growing

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Thank you so much, that’s exactly what I did, I’m going to keep checking hopefully I got them all

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You are very welcome, that is what it is about helping out one another with issues and sharing some great plant pics together, good luck on your grow she is coming along very nicely!

Glad to hear you got all of the little buggers :scorpion:

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did not have a worm so you got a scorpion lol

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Gotcha I didn’t see it. Wow

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Definitely learning. Good information and help @Hayden_Gregory

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Glad to hear. Man that’s crazy. Glad it was handled. :+1:t2:

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Do you see any little black flies in the top of the unit. I had the same problem but they were in my cocopod, not the root area. If it’s fungus gnats they turn into those little black flies. I would add a cap full of 3% peroxide in the water. And for the top maybe sprinle some diatomaceous earth on the top of the cocopod but make sure its not soaked. The top of the cocopod should be as dry as possible. They live in the coco and go to the top when ready to hatch. The diatomaceous earth basically rips they outer skin whennthey try to pass it. I also recommend to not lift up and expose your roots or keep checking them for many reasons. They dont like light. If you notice a lot, you might want to rinse off the roots quickly in water gently and try to leave the lights low to not stress out the plant too much. I hope this helps somewhat.

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Thank you guys, you all been very helpful, just added a cap full of 3% peroxide hopefully I don’t see anymore, and I did see about 2 of those flys killed them they turn into ash… hopefully all is well

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Those flies will lay more eggs. Be careful

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Yes I did they are in the coco pod and when moistened for 2-3 weeks they hatch out they are called “fungus gnats” I had them when I opened my door one day 5-10 flew out and that is all I have had.

They pose no threat to your plant, they can eat the roots though but if a couple gets in your res, the bubbles from the air pump will eventually pop up and knock them down into the res and that point they will die in the res and either get sucked out at drain and fill or turn into food for your plant. :joy:

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Hey guys so I just got a tent, and trying to grow organically, you guys mind if I post tent related stuff here?

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Most definitely I would love to see your technique and what your working with!

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Bruce Banner and Wildberry Cake ( Wedding cake x Purple Punch)

The bottom right is the wildberry cake

They all broke surface about 22 days ago

Soon going to transplant to 1 gallon… some of the bottom leaves are turning yellow any idea why? I figure I underwater them because I was to worried about over watering

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The setup

Mars Hydro 2.4x2.4 tent
Mars Hydro TSW2000
Ac Infinity T4 in-line with carbon filter
2x Monkey Fan
Homelab dehumidifier
Taotronic humidifier

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Hot damn, this setup looks great, it sounds like you will have some nice producing plants.

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