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im hoping they are just white springtail.... can someone please verify. not a bug on the plants just in soil. which i understand being organic i do have all kinds of creatures running my soil, but 

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can't really make out the first picture ?? are you at the end stage of the grow ?how many weeks are left in the blooming stage ? maybe its a build up of to much  water in your growing medium(soil )  .

 

looking at the leaves and stems i think drying them out would be my plan ,hard to guess with this little bit off information  

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no bugs at all on plants as described. day 45 flower.  not to much water. they dry out between water to the point of drooping. every 5 days like clockwork. i guess i wont worry. been organic for five years and never looked back. 

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usually it's the best thing to do  ,just relay and let it go ,mother nature is a strong force ,enjoy my friend

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Yup thanks jsm its all good.  Happy growing.:pleasantry:

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On 2-4-2019 at 9:10 AM, fastzippy said:

no bugs at all on plants as described. day 45 flower.  not to much water. they dry out between water to the point of drooping. every 5 days like clockwork. i guess i wont worry. been organic for five years and never looked back. 

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drooping can happen with to much water as well as to little water thats the thing ,keeping a close eye one them is always necessary ,know you will do well !!

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which strain your growing if i may ask by the way ? the look really great . 

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2 royal gorilla RQS and one cookie kush from barneys. 

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looking good my friend ,have a barneys seed myself witch i am sprouting at a later stage this year ,peyote critical its called ,have high hopes !  

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