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    BT Safer Caterpillar Killer

    I have read varied opinions on just when and how long into flower you can use this product but I would like to hear it from my associates in this forum. Please tell me what your opinion is?? Can you taste it in the smoke?

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    Hi bigfoot. The hot red head at the garden centre explained to be that this product is a bacteria that kills the caterpillars and other pests. safe for human consumption a long as veggies are washed off. i would imagine u dont want to spray it on yer crop too soon before u harvest. Man she was hot

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    I have sprayed the Safer BT and the buds are to thick for it to penetrate. I would say 3 weeks to harvest and I am just now seeing some worms deep inside the buds. It ” BT ” breaks down after a few days and the moths continue to lay eggs!! What other options are there. These little pricks are new to me and they are getting under my skin and in my BUDS.

    I have read varied opinions on just when and how long into flower you can use this product but I would like to hear it from my associates in this forum. Please tell me what your opinion is?? Can you taste it in the smoke?

    Green Caterpillars eating my buds

    Elite Nugs
    Guest

    Or if all else fails.

    joeca1i
    the new guy

    I had the same problems a month ago ago. The caterpillars pretty much ate all my best looking buds. I used Monterey Garden Insect Spray (Spinosad) this shit worked like a champ! As of now in the last couple days I’ve seen some Caterpillar activity, but for a solid three weeks my plants had no activity from caterpillars. As far as I know, the Monterey Garden insects spray is organic. Go to the link below to get more information about the product..

    Seamaiden
    Living dead girl

    Or if all else fails.

    CowBoy420

    What do you do if you have to spray just about every other day. If I go 3+ days without spraying, they attack viciously. It rained where I am yesterday. Today I went out to spray my plants and noticed that 2 main colas were gone. Caterpillars ate right through the main stem.

    I have the Safer BT spray and it seems like a losing battle. I hand pick about 10 babies off each day and spray just about every other day. If I see a dead bud, I’ll tear it apart till I find the sucker that did the damage. Once per week, I’ll really soak the plants in the spray. I even double the concentrate of the spray mix.

    Im getting so angry with these things that I torture them when I find em and kill them as slowly as possible.

    Elite Nugs
    Guest
    Rushoe
    hempster333

    the bug hunter

    you let moths and butterflys lay eggs ther is no one shot cure if they are flowering put on the rubber gloves and start looking for damage then pull the bud away gently and take a good look. you will find a lot of them they suck the stems and kill buds cut out the places where there are eggs they are round little things good luck i lost half my grow because my partner was to lazy and cheap to cover the plants, i build stealth greenhouses custom to fit your back yard or an open space with good sunlight good luck LOVE & LIGHT

    caregiverken
    Fear Not!

    Just think how much THC must be in one of those little worms.

    any one dare me to eat one. or two?

    I sprayed and continue to spray Hard once a week..
    .alternating between BT and spinosad
    Safer caterpillar (bt) say’s it can be used every 3 days.
    and I read that Spinosad is only effective for 24 hours

    I think the goverment let loose a bunch of frigging weed eating moths!!

    Elite Nugs
    Guest

    Just think how much THC must be in one of those little worms.

    any one dare me to eat one. or two?

    I sprayed and continue to spray Hard once a week..
    .alternating between BT and spinosad
    Safer caterpillar (bt) say’s it can be used every 3 days.
    and I read that Spinosad is only effective for 24 hours

    I think the goverment let loose a bunch of frigging weed eating moths!!

    Just make sure to boil the caterpillar between 180-220 degrees for a few hours first, so you can activate the THC in the caterpillars. Then cover it in chocolate and you got yourself a nice little snack. I DARE YOU. lol

    I use the Safer Caterpillar Killer (BT) every other day. Im starting to cycle in some Azamax.

    caregiverken
    Fear Not!

    Just make sure to boil the caterpillar between 180-220 degrees for a few hours first, so you can activate the THC in the caterpillars. Then cover it in chocolate and you got yourself a nice little snack. I DARE YOU. lol

    I use the Safer Caterpillar Killer (BT) every other day. Im starting to cycle in some Azamax.

    lol. found a nice one too
    I was beating the bud on the table. shaking out poop and this guy fell out

    that guy is chock full of THC!

    only two buds have had a worm in them so far.
    But I know there could be some inside with no signs yet :sweating

    I was spraying once a week. gonna switch too every 3 days

    It was too late to spray these. the worms are deep and the buds are dense

    I think the buds will turn reds as they dry (one already has)

    tricomb
    MydnyteToker
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    missroxy

    I had some really nice looking buds a couple weeks ago. I came home to find all my tops of my buds were Dying off. I quickly started to spray my plants with mighty wash. As I was spraying them I noticed little green caterpillars eating the base of my buds. The caterpillars are about a quarter-inch to half inch in size. I immediately plucked all the caterpillars off that I could find. I have sprayed them with mighty wash and also with hand soap. These caterpillars have ate half my plants, and there are only about 2 feet big in the flowering stage. (outdoor plants)

    Does anybody know what type of caterpillars they are or what I could used to kill these little green caterpillars that is non-toxic/organic? hopefully I can still salvage something off my plans.

    Or if all else fails… ]]>