There are different products to combat these pests, although it is best to apply treatments from the beginning, when the plant is still healthy and no damage has been detected. Prevention will allow us to have healthy crops and scare away potential threats.
Below you will find products, whether insecticides or fungicides, to combat these pests such as powdery mildew, botrytis or mildew.
In the world of cannabis growing, it is crucial to be prepared to deal with different pests. Some common insects that can damage your plants include thrips, spider mites, aphids and whiteflies. To combat these pests, it is advisable to use specific insecticides for each type of insect. At Calle25 we offer you products based on natural ingredients, according to your preferences and needs.
When it comes to choosing insecticides to protect your cannabis plants, it is important to select those that are effective and safe. Look for products that are specific to cannabis pests and are formulated to control insects without harming plants or leaving toxic residues. Popular choices include Bio pyrethrin 6000, Bio neem and potassium soap.
In addition to pests, fungi and diseases are a common concern in cannabis growing. Grey mould or bortrytis, powdery mildew and powdery mildew are some of the most common fungi that can affect your plants. To combat these fungal diseases, it is advisable to use specific fungicides such as botryprot, mildewuprot, powdery mildew, oidioprot and other products with antifungal properties.
When it comes to protecting your cannabis plants against fungi and diseases, fungicides play a crucial role. Look for products that are effective in controlling specific cannabis fungal diseases, such as powdery mildew and powdery mildew. Fungicides based on copper, sulphur or other active ingredients are popular choices for keeping your plants healthy and strong.
It is crucial to remember that when using insecticides and fungicides, always follow the instructions for use provided by the manufacturer. It is important to apply products safely and responsibly, avoiding overuse to prevent possible negative effects on plants and to minimise any risk to human health and the environment.
Fungicide and insecticide treatments can be applied throughout the growing cycle, both during growth and flowering. However, it is recommended to be very careful during flowering to avoid over-spraying the flowers as they could rot. It is recommended to stop spraying any products (insecticides or fungicides) two weeks before harvesting so as not to deteriorate the taste and perfume of the flowers. In the description of each product, you will find the recommended dosage and the use that should be made of it for it to be effective.
On the other hand, insecticides and fungicides classified as biological do not generate residues.
In addition to the application of insecticides and fungicides, it is essential to maintain good hygiene and general care in your cannabis growing. This involves regular removal of plants or plant parts affected by pests or diseases, as well as maintaining a clean and well-ventilated environment to reduce the spread of problems.
In conclusion, with the right insecticides and fungicides, you can protect your cannabis plants against pests and diseases, keeping them healthy and at their maximum growing potential. Don't let pests and diseases ruin your growing!