Ray's grow 7 season strawberry ice

Dang, she’s gonna be tasty! Congrats on the chop and drop :v::green_heart:

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Idk if anyone answered this, but I hear dilute peroxide works, @kaptain3d whats best to use for wpm late in the season?

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Diluted peroxyde, or 2 teaspoons of apple-cider vinegar in a gallon of water both slow it down.
But EM1 spray really helps the most for me, now…
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Thanks kap!

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I swear by this stuff, for WPM


APPLICATION: This food grade oil can be used up to the day of harvest.

Stylet-Oil’s performance is directly related to the quality of spray coverage. Stylet-Oil can be sprayed using a standard pump sprayer, available at any local home and garden center. It is important to spray the plants to the point of runoff.

FOR INSECTS:

Mix Stylet-Oil in water at the rate of 1 to 2 ounces per gallon of water . Note: 1 fluid ounce equals 2 tablespoons. A rate of 1.5 oz. (3 tablespoons)/gallon of water is recommended for most applications.

Stylet-Oil needs to contact pest insects to kill them, thus under-leaf application may be necessary if that is the location of the pests at the time of application.

FOR Powdery Mildew:

Add 3 Tbsp of Stylet Oil per gallon of water to your pump sprayer. Put in Stylet Oil AFTER your water or last ingredient. Agitate before spraying. Be sure and agitate at least every 10 minutes for the proper dispersal of oil.

TIMING OF APPLICATIONS:

For use as an insecticide: Plants should be sprayed weekly or twice weekly depending on level of pest infestation.

For use as a fungicide: Spray weekly or once every two weeks depending on level of disease pressure.

For use in mitigating aphid transmission of plant viruses: Initiate sprays when winged aphoids first appear. Spray weekly or twice weekly depending on level of disease/vector pressure.
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Moving along

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