Hi everyone! Setup: 4’x2’x5’ tall tent in finished basement bedroom + window is open for fresh outside air 600w HPS/MH 1 gal Smart Pots (going to scrog) Fox Farm Ocean Forest soil Water PH’d to 6.2-6.5 (always bubble to evaporate chlorine and what not) Tent temp: 65-78*F and 30-45% humidity (just bought a humidifier to raise that up) Strains (transplanted seedlings 10/18/16) CBD Crew: Critical Mass, Humboldt Seed Organization: Blue Dream &Sour Diesel GH Flora Nutes (have only applied these 3 times so far, also ditching these to go back to organic) Long story short, this isn’t my first go around. I’ve been completing 1-2 grows/year for the past 5 years (some chemical grows, some organic). Never had an issue like this. My buddy and I literally have the same setup. Same seeds, soil (from the same bag!), pots, tents, light, fans, water supply, etc. Really, the only difference is his temps have been higher since I handed him the seedlings. His have been 80-88 deg. F and his plants are thriving .which led me to believe that I do indeed have broad mites. From what I read, they thrive in 60-80*F, which my tent has been, hence them not able to live in his environment, and thriving in mine. After scratching my head for weeks trying to figure out why 2 out of 3 of my plants were struggling, narrowing down issues, making sure things were in check, I came to the conclusion that I have broad and/or russet mites. Not sure how it happened, but it did. Did a bunch of reading online and this forum, I ordered the following to do battle. Dehumidifier (to get up to 60%+ for foliar feeding) OG Biowar Foliar Pack & Yucca extract (for foliar feeding) OG Biowar Root Pack, worm castings, molasses & the foliar pack (for compost tea). Also already have Kelp meal, and some other organic stuff to add in if need be. I had to order the OG Biowar online, nowhere local sells it and it’s not going to be here untill next Tuesday anything I can do for the time being? Can anyone recommend anything else I can do or use along with the above? Any other tips would be fantastic! Thanks guys!