I believe @Myfriendis410 posted this up:
Deal with them here and this works well but you have to be systematic to interrupt the life cycle.
Up until trichomes start you can spray the plant down with a 50/50 solution of isopropyl alcohol. This is immediate and nukes them now. It also gets most of the eggs. It will not hurt your plant and you can test it for yourself on a single branch if you like.
After first trichomes appear you can go to straight 3% peroxide sprayed on. This will kill adults. Be sure to wet the undersides of the leaves and the flower. Wait 48 hours for it to dissipate (turns into water and oxygen) and spray with Captain Jack’s Dead Bug. This is a bacillus called Spinosad which, when injested in the plant material multiplies in the gut of the pest and kills it within 5 days. Leave the Captain Jack’s on for 5 days then repeat the whole peroxide/Captain Jack’s routine two more times. That should do it.
Captain Jack’s and Safer spray (bacillus thurengiensis) can be used up until the day of harvest.