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Help fellow hunters I have found little black fly in the grow room. I can't spray normal fly killer I have a grow going what do I do ?

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I was think if getting a praying mantis but that is a much better idea nice one bro

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haha yeah nice idea ;)

You can try one of those yellow glue trap, if it's the good fly they will come and stick on it, some products ar erecommended more than others for spraying the flowers depends if you flower or not. i don't remember the name of the bio product we reccomend often. try to have a look around the forum you should find it back ;)

Good luck

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For fruit flies, leave a bit of fruit juice in a glass overnight, little buggers should have drowned themselves by next day!

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most likely they are fungus knats or thrips. both of which are soil born. so a soil flush with something like azamax will do the trick. only problem with this is u cant do it after week 4 of flower. because most pesticides go systematic if fed to roots.

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Thank you very much for taking the time to reply will look into it tonight

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