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- Jan 21, 2017
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Even worse than i thought. I have a total take over. Even in my drying buds.Awful late to have these issues.... I feel for you. Been there myself.
Ordered neem already.Those little things suck. They are not too hard to get rid of though. Good job on dipping the buds. I have dipped when I had bud rot. I used a cup of baking soda, and a wedge of lemon squeezed in the bucket, followed by a cold plain water dip.
another recommendation not in that link from Sanguine, keep a spray bottle with a good strong NEEM oil mix handy, and use it as a preventative spray for your next grow. If they survive the grow room cleanup than that should take care of them.
Essentially all organic, including plant-derived, substances and materials when combusted form carcinogenic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), the main ingredient of soot and smoke. I would think cellulose fibers (the main structural component of plant cells and tissues) would burn less cleanly, forming more PAHs from incomplete oxidation to CO2 and H2O, than any residual neem components, which are way much smaller aromatic molecules/structures. Also, you talking about neem in parts per million, billion or more dilute in the plant material. But it's the plant material that is likely more carcinogenic when burned, and there is way more of it than neem!Neem is edible, it is NOT combustible. That is why we don't use it in flower. Neem when burnt is carcinogenic.