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How do you use AzaMax for spider mites?

Also asked, does Azamax work for spider mites?

AzaMax is a highly effective pest control method designed to decimate pest and spider mite populations in cannabis gardens and marijuana grow rooms. It is made from completely organic active ingredients, specifically one, potent, bio-compound found in Neem oil, which will not harm the buds or plants.

Also Know, can you use Azamax with nutrients? Azamax can be tank mixed with hydroponic nutrients for a few days with no negative effects besides having some residue in the res that will need to be washed out. I only recommend running it every other week as the oils will clog root hairs and make a mess, especially if full hydro.

Also to know is, how do you use Azamax?

Foliar Application: Mix 1 to 2 oz. per gallon of water depending on pest levels. Spray at an interval of 7-10 days or as the situation warrants. Soil Drench: Mix 1/2 to 1 oz.

Is it safe to spray Azamax during flowering?

Azamax and Azatrol are very safe yes. You won’t ever catch me spraying it on flowering plants though. Azamax or Azatrol, when used properly, will definitely control them.

Azamax is a time-tested way to rid your grow room of spider mites. Spray plants 15 minutes before lights out, making sure to drench the foliage under the leaves as well as the top of your soil. Use a fan to blow on your leaves to help things dry.

azamax! in soil. how should i do this?

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Hey all. I’m trying to get rid of some larvae, and azamax is my choice. My medium is soil, and these awesome pointers tell how to apply to soil. I just feel kinda dumb because I can’t figure out exactly what this instruction I found means. Anyone out there abke to break this down a little more simply?

DRENCH APPLICATION Use AzaMax® as a soil drench for effective control of soil-borne insect larvae, including soil-borne larvae of foliar pests, such as fungus gnats, nematodes, or soil borne thrips. When applying as a drench, avoid excessive leaching. Preventive applications as a soil drench may be warranted for certain pests. Soil drench applications of azadirachtin will have a slower rate of activity because of soil absorption when comparedto foliar applications of AzaMax®. Target the initial application of a soil drench treatment to coincide with the early stages of young larvae and young nymphs. Dilute AzaMax® with water for concentrations of 0.4 to 0.8% volume/volume. See use rate table below. Add the required amount of AzaMax® to a clean bucket with at least one-half of the water to be drenched. Agitate the mixture thoroughly and then fill with the remaining water and continue agitation until the product is thoroughly dispersed. Drench the soil in the pot with one (1) pint of finished product dilution per 1.0 gallon of soil. For fungus gnats, use the 0.4% spray concentration. For mushroom fly maggot control, use the 0.6% volume/ volume spray concentration. For leafminers and other difficult to control pests, use the 0.8% volume/volume spray concentration. Make two to three (2 –3) applications at 10 –14 day intervals until pest pressure has ended. With high insect pressure make applications every 5 to 6 days. Additional applications of AzaMax® may be required with increased and prolonged pest infestation.

Great instruction, just don’t know exactly how to apply! Thanks for any help guys and girls.

Hey all. I'm trying to get rid of some larvae, and azamax is my choice. My medium is soil, and these awesome pointers tell how to apply to soil. I just feel…