Possibly inch worms?

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Get it, stomp it , kill it…

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The thing is; if you see one there’s many more. They are the devil to find too.

This is probably the best product to use but will have to continue to use and recommend a bud wash on any outdoor plant at harvest. Caterpillars will drill into the center of your flower, carrying in bud rot and proceed to eat the inside of your cola out. The first indication you have is when the flower turns black.

Another thing that is way more effective is to utilize horticulture screen bags: it’s a fine mesh cloth that lets light and air through but is too fine for moths and butterflies to land on and lay eggs.

BTW: here is what one indoor plant left behind after a bud wash…

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What do you wash the buds with?:blush:

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@Bulldognuts has a nice breakdown on washing buds. Hebcan tah u to it. He will be faster than i at it lol

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Not me, but here’s a link to arrows method.

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Yes @Arrow had it so sorry bulldog.

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