New Spider Mite Guide Released By Medical Marijuana Growing Website
Grow Weed website announces release of 5-step guide to getting rid of spider mites, a common pest for marijuana growers.
According to Nebula Haze, the main author of the guide, “Marijuana growers can lose an entire crop from a spider mite infestation, often practically overnight. Spider mites attack both indoor and outdoor marijuana growers. When infested by the two-spotted spider mite, a type of spider mite which is particularly specialized to marijuana plants, these annoying pests can take on a zombie-like resistance. This new ’how to’ guide was released to show medical marijuana growers how to identify which species of spider mites they have, and then how to get rid of them for good.”
Despite being federally prohibited in the United States, medical marijuana has been legalized in 19 of the 50 states, plus Washington, DC, with New Hampshire becoming a medical marijuana state today. 5 additional states currently have pending legislation to legalize medical marijuana.
Nebula Haze, the creator of the spider mite guide, uses medical marijuana to control seizures for epilepsy, and started growing with a doctor’s recommendation in California in 2004.
Due to the increased use of medical marijuana in American households, Nebula Haze believes many patients are turning to growing this plant themselves in order to ensure safe, steady access to medicine. Nebula Haze created GrowWeedEasy.com in 2009 to show small-scale growers (who may want to grow a few plants for themselves in a closet or cupboard) how to get started growing medical-grade marijuana.
According to Nebula Haze, “Recently, we have received a greater-than-average number of reports asking for help with marijuana-specific spider mite infestations, often reporting the two-spotted spider mite. These tiny bugs infest marijuana plants and seem to have zombie-like resistance to normal remedies. We have released this spider mite guide to show other small-scale growers how to prevent, protect, and rid themselves of these pests for good.”
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