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yep, sure looks like spider mites...pyganic works well but try exciteR, twice the strenth and organic...just don't hit the flowering plant...kinda looks like you've got an infestation...do you see any webs...
 

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What does ExciteR kill?


Exciter is labeled to kill the following insects: Ants, Chiggers, Crickets, Fleas, Lice, Grasshoppers, Ticks, Weevils, Flying Insects, and many other insects. When used alone, ExciteR does not leave a long residual.

ExciteR Pyrethrin


You have got to kill these before you go into 12/12. Got To.. To me, it looks like there is a piece of wood running vertical along side the leaf in the picture. Treat that too. Every crack and crevice. They can be incredibly hard to get rid of depending on your set up and what is surrounding it. Based on my personal experience. Good luck.
 

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Have you gotten a close up of the little black dots on the leaf in the first picture? Are you convinced if it is bugs or not? Do you have a jewelers loupe? Tell us more about your set up. Watering / feeding procedures.
I want to buy a 15x magnifying glass, will it be enough to see them or not?
Well, I water it 20ml every day with a syringe and liquid worm humus.
 

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I want to buy a 15x magnifying glass, will it be enough to see them or not?
Well, I water it 20ml every day with a syringe and liquid worm humus.
If you have a camera phone, you could try and take a super closeup with it and see it’s under side since you don’t have a glass yet. Order a hygrometer too as they are very cheap and handy in your grow
 

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You need a closer look to determine if it’s bugs. I just had a similar experience with leaf issues. Turned out to be light and humidity issues as it cleared up when I transferred them to the tents environment.
Did you move it to a more airy and less humid place with natural light? or as it was the place of the tents that improved? thanks.
 

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I want to buy a 15x magnifying glass, will it be enough to see them or not?
Well, I water it 20ml every day with a syringe and liquid worm humus.
for 22 bucks on AmazonI bought the same nifty microscope gmo showed in one of his threads. Way more magnification and easy to use. I've tried a lot of the various tricome viewing devices, this is the best and darn near cheapest I've encountered.
 

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