Hi, I rarely ever post on any forum as it always ends up turning into people trying to big note themselves. I don’t have time for it & prefer to be a no one in a world full of wanna bees. But I feel what I discovered this arvo (not sure if anyone else has had the same epiphany or using this method?). I am only days away from harvesting my 1st proper indoor grow thanks to Robert & his seeds. I have 2 Gold Leaf, 1 White Widow, & 2 Super Lemon Haze doing just peachy, except somehow I have got a case of Whiteflies a few weeks back like you as well. I hung the special Whitefly specific sticky yellow plastic cards around as I am doing the grow as organically for a mates wife who has a tumor, & the Yandi,Ganja, whatever you want to call it has to be chemical free as possible. I figured they were being pulled soon and the flies where only on the leaves down below anyway. I wanted to take a natural photo of what the actual Trichromes colour were as it is hard to really see using the orange HPS lights & am using 1 600watt HID light per plant, so ULTRA bright! I waited till the lights went out & took my photos and Trichomes were all Milky white. Then as I shined my torch on the yellow sticky traps I noticed the flies were heading straight to them & getting stuck. So I shook the plants lightly & shon? my torch at the yellow traps it was luring every little bugga to the one I pointed it at. So I have totally filled 5 yellow cards full of whiteflies in 15 odd minutes. Must be close to a thousand! I’m going back to the hardware tomorrow and get some more to obliterate the nest. The Super Lemon Haze still have a few weeks to go and then I am running Critical Mass, Power Plant, & Girl Scout Cookies Extreme straight after, so I want it bug free. Anyway it has sofar killed at least a thousand or more so worth giving it a go. Before anyone comes in & says something, this was done immediately after the lights went out. Not a few hours later. So there has been no light in dark disturbance stuffing up the dark period.