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Hi. I put a small bowls of apple cider vinegar around the tent, then sprinkled diatomaceous earth over the soil and plants. (not the ones on flower) worked a treat.
I've heard that is nasty when you look under the spud in few days. Never wanted to try that. I can get a little squeamish to think those things are wiggling everywhere. Was bad enough when I saw a spider mite.Chuck some spuds in there mate, that's a good one if it works.
U don't work 4 worm cast company by any chance Itchy?def consider blumats but otherwise
worm castings , worm castings , worm castings
pull back ya mulch layer & top dress , definitely replace your mulch layer back over the castings , best to start with a top dress b4 you have a large infestation , if top dressing a large infestation of gnats don't expect total control , they will def help & will prob help allot just don't expect total eradication of a large infestation instantly
Worm castings are considered by many experts to be nature’s optimal plant food. Worm castings are known by a variety of names, such as vermicast, but the reality is worm castings are worm poo. The worms are supplied with a constant meal of mostly high-quality leaf and yard scraps and waste, and they turn it into the perfect soil enricher. Vermicast improves soil aeration and drainage, increases water retention, provides easy-to-use nutrients for your plants, can be used universally without burning plants. It even has a protective effect against pests such as aphids and spider mites.
When Should You Use Worm Castings?When it comes to worm castings, just a little bit of worm poop goes a long ways. It’s especially useful when starting seeds indoors or out, as the protective effects of the worm castings will help prevent diseases and keep fungus gnats under control. Worm castings are appropriate in just about every situation. They can be used for indoor potted plants, and they’re perfect for outdoor gardens and flower beds. Outdoors, they’re particularly effective as they’ll attract local worms who will produce even more worm manure. Feed your garden with high quality yard waste and compost scraps to keep the living worms happy and well fed.
Forgot 2 mention Bill, only apple cider that seems 2 work is that organic one with old grannie on cover, forgot proper name, but tried a few diff ones and they don't seem 2 workMulch removed and gnat barrier placed on top.
will chuck some bowls of apple cider vinegar in today too as I’m away for a few days. See what it looks like when I get back..
Not the parents mate but the baby maggots that do all the munchin on ure roots
Oldies just cruise around and only damage they do is lay quadrillions of baby fukers
U gotta put in a drench 2 kill rugrats cause they do all munching