Fungicides and Insecticides for Marijuana Cultivation Store
Pests and insects are major problems for a variety of cannabis plants. All kinds of little bugs enjoy the taste of marijuana plants and could end up ruining an entire crop if an infestation appears. Ants, caterpillars, mealybugs, and mites are pests that can have an effect on your marijuana cultivation. Using chemical pesticides may seem like an easy option, but it can actually be harmful in the long run. The chemicals are likely not safe for inhalation or ingestion by humans, even if they eliminate the insect problem. In this video of Marihuana Televisión we show you an aphid attack on outdoor plants where we are advised on the different options for the treatment of these bugs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7TivoiaU9M Therefore, it is important to use organic deterrents such as introducing pest predators into the environment or using a natural remedy. In some cases, the best pesticide is preventive defense. Although indoor marijuana gardens are technically less susceptible to pets, you can inadvertently introduce a population of plant killers by bringing them to your clothes. Therefore, it is always good to be careful when it comes to pests and insects. Click here to see the full pests and insects section.
What product to choose for our crop?
Each insecticide and fungicide is different, depending on the type of pest that appears in our marijuana crop, we must use one product or another. So that this does not affect our harvest, it is essential to know how and what to supply each product. For more information on the label of each of our products there is a detailed description so you know the type of insecticide it is and where we should apply it. With these remedies you will be able to prevent the appearance of bugs and insects that can spoil your precious marijuana plants.
Types of Insecticides and Fungicides
In this section we offer you a wide variety of chemicals created to protect your crop. If you are suffering an invasion of insects in your plantation, chemical insecticides for growing marijuana and fungicides for growing marijuana are healing products with a very strong effect on the pests and diseases for which they have been created.
Biological insecticides/fungicides are designed to protect your cannabis plants and eliminate insects considered harmful to our crop. The biological or natural insecticide is made respecting the environment and our health, so it is one of the most used options for the elimination of pests.
What kind of bugs and insects are these products effective against?
Our products are designed for the elimination of insects and pests such as those mentioned below. Powdery mildew, Mildui, Fusarium, Botrytis, Whitefly, Trip, Mandor, Mites, Red Spider mite, Aphid, Cochineal, Caterpillars, Worms, Larvae, etc ...
DISEASES AND PESTS IN MARIJUANA PLANTS
- Caterpillars and snails. If we have our marijuana plants outdoors, we may have snails and slugs that come to eat our plant. To avoid this, you can apply the product Bacillus Thuringensis for caterpillars and Caraverd for snails and slugs .
- Fungal infection. Marijuana plants can also have fungi! In this case we will see a wear at the level of the leaves of our marijuana plant. To prevent fungi and parasites in our plants we have: Horsetail. To combat fungi and parasites in our plants we have a fungicide: Beltasur 500.
- Spider mite. Spider mites can be a serious problem if you don't know how to fight pests. Although the name may mislead us, in reality this small insect is a mite and is dedicated to sucking the elaborate sap that is very rich in sugars. It is one of the most dangerous pests for our marijuana plant. We can use natural predators and environmental control to try to combat it. In Cogolandia we have an effective product to combat this type of pest: the Spiderplant of the Agrobacteria brand or if the problem persists we would have to use chemical insecticides such as Bermectine.
It is true that with the amount of insecticides and fungicides, many times we do not know which one to choose for our plants. Therefore, if you have any questions, you can call us by phone or send us an e-mail.