INSECTICIDES - ACARICIDES
LEARN HOW TO DIFFERENTIATE DIFFERENT PESTS AFFECTING CROPS OF MARIJUANA
Mites, whiteflies, thrips, aphids, mildew, fly the mulch and Botrytis are Pest and most common diseases that can affect our marijuana plants. Since Ganesh Grow we teach you how to differentiate what they have plants and from there like trying to eradicate the plague or disease.
The thrips adults have a varied diet based mainly on pollen, but the larva feeds on the tissues of the plant, being responsible for most of the damage.
The larva sucks the liquid of the cells of the plant, mainly of leaves. Early symptoms include a strong discoloration of the sheet, and this almost transparent, and the emergence of black spots (caused by fecal secretions).
Your mouth, comb-shaped device, scraping tissues making a soup with them that subsequently sucked. Click here to read the full article
The symptoms showing the plant as indicators of the emergence of the fly mulch they are a sudden wilting, a loss of vigor, poor growth and yellowing of the leaves.
When it comes to severe infections it can be to lose a considerable portion of the plant. Click here to read the full article
The direct damage is caused to the plant in the feeding process of the white fly.
The areas where the insect sucks the SAP are discolored and in turn, transmit toxic substances to the phloem that it expand throughout the plant, giving rise to metabolic imbalances, a general weakening, chlorosis and changes in flowers and fruits. Click here to read the full article
The aphids feed on the SAP of the phloemcausing a mismatch in the plant metabolism that leads to torsion of the leaves and, in extreme cases, loss of them, which affect the quantity and quality of the harvest. Moreover, aphids introduced toxins in the plant, systemic altering its development.
On the other hand, the honeydew secreted by the aphids It is an ideal medium for the development of a wide variety of fungi, which form a barrier in sheet preventing that it is to absorb all the light that reaches it. Click here to read the full article
The name of the mealy cochineal derives from the fact that since its third larval stage onwards females are coated in a waxy white substance.
Adult females have a soft, flattened body of oval shape. They can be pink, but are usually white, due to the whitish waxy powder that covers his body.
Also waxy filaments are born every contour of their bodies. The male is a little pulled insect similar to the fly, which usually see infrequently. Click here to read the full article
Prefers cold climatic conditions, need moisture and are presented in a wide range of colors. Some of these springtails "they are known as"Snow fleas"because they appear at the beginning of the spring, when snow begins to melt.
There are 4 important families in this group that have been found in densities extremely high, more than 750 million individuals per hectare.
Although on rare occasions they are considered a problem, that they can reach it when it comes to large populations developed in human habitats, but they will also need a source of organic food and high levels of humidity for survive. Click here to read the full article