Just finishing up a round of cuttings from my mother and father plants of the beta G13 skunk, and noticed something interesting. There were tiny little insects crawling in my rockwool, which is not long out from the manufacturer. They were just large enough to discern as something out of the ordinary on the cubes, but small enough as to not determine what they are exactly with the naked eye.
In either case, it may be time to invest in some neem oil as a result of this discovery. A quick google search yields a few possibilities, in either case, not a good thing.
It is a pleasure to work with this line, even after over a year of keeping the parental plants alive. The MNS G13 x Sk is a very special line, one in which I would recommend everyone acquire and work with at some point in their growing careers/hobbies.
Last edited by JessE; 04-29-2011 at 02:28 PM.