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Tuesday, August 30, 2016

GROW TIP: Organic Mite & Mold Killer - by Ben Horner


     Finally an organic solution is available that tackles two of the biggest nightmares for growers in Michigan, powdery mildew and mites. Micro sniper is 100% organic and made in Michigan. We recently field-tested the Micro Sniper on some plants that had some powdery mildew, which is extremely common in Michigan. The results were amazing. Never have we seen mites eliminated with an organic product. It compares to products like Eagle 20 and Azamax, which unlike Micro Sniper, are not safe for patients or made from natural ingredients. Last Month we tackled a powdery mildew problem and this month we tried it on some plants with a mite infestation. The experiment proved the claim that Micro Sniper Works on both of these pest. It really works.

Mites killed and bodies dissolving after
one application of Micro Sniper
     This product was designed by top-level biochemists and is just hitting the market. Having and all-in-one product, to handle mites and powdery mildew is the perfect preventative maintenance (PM), and unlike PM Wash, Mighty Wash and many others, this shit actually works. Although Micro Sniper is one of the few products that are safe to use on plants that are late in flower, it’s always better to stop problems using PM before they start. Results are clearly visible using the Dino scope magnifier.  With in minutes of the application the white spots of powdery mildew, begin to die and dissipate. All the remains of a lite shadow of the mildew stain and no further mildew spots form in the following week.

     One drawback about Micro Sniper is that it does not come in a ready–to-use (RTU) spray bottle. The produce promise to have more sizes and RTU.  We will be field testing the Micro Sniper on mites  for next months issue as well as runnig lab tests for residual pestasides. 

Tips:

• We recommend using a spray bottle with a rotating angular nosle for getting to the underside of the plant. 

• Don’t apply Micro Sniper in direct light sunlight or under hot grow lights. The light could burn the leaves.

• Maintain a consistant PM schedule and spray your girls down when they are young and reapply before flowering to prevent any problems before they start.

• When treating mite invasions, reapply every week or two till harvest

For more information, visit http://www.microsniper.net/
 

1 comment:

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