anyone ever use Dr Zyhmes for a soil drench?getting ready for my spring grow
waiting on my sample, would say patiently,but i would be lying.
I love the stuff . Eliminator can be used as a soil drench to combat fungus gnats, soil borne pests, molds and mildews. It is highly effective and safe.
Use Eliminator year round for a pest free, mildew free garden. When used as a preventative, it will prevent infestations from taking over your garden. Make sure you follow our recommendations for optimum pest and fungal control as pH is a crucial factor for success as well as water temperature.
Recommended Application Rates
Always test before using , some plants are more sensitive than others. To avoid phytotoxicity, use in evening when sun is off your plants and the room or outside temperature is below 80 degrees. Do not spray in direct sunlight. Do not spray on top of or with pesticides, insecticides or nutrients. Do not use a wetting agent.
We recommend using ½ cup or 4 oz. of Eliminator per gallon of warm water. Avoid spraying beneficial insects. Spray top and underneath leaves, stems, stalks and base of plant. This is a contact product so ensure you spray generously to ensure full contact with pests, molds or mildews. Increase dosage if necessary. See instructions on bottle.
When combating mites, thrips, aphids and fungus gnats we recommend using 3 days in a row, then once weekly. Continue until you see no sign of pests. For severe infestations use every 3rd day at ½ cup per gallon of water. Some infestations are worse than others and may take longer to eliminate. Use Eliminator as a preventative by spraying weekly to keep them away.
For Russet Mites, if you have leaf tacoing, that is where the mites lay their eggs and where the larvae reside. Make sure you spray inside the leaves that are tacoed. It will not hurt flowering plants and can be sprayed on the flower too. The leaves will start to open up after a few days and you should see new growth as well. If you see damage on the leaves after you spray, this is usually due to the necrosis from the mite damage. Do not be alarmed the new growth will look healthy.
Our success is your success. If you have any questions before using the product please call our customer help line at 707-841-0907. We are happy to walk you through a successful experience with Eliminator.
Tips for Success:
When spraying indoors, make sure you use during the dark cycle to avoid phytotoxicity. Do not spray under HID lights. If plants still are wet from spraying you can use a fan to dry leaves before turning on HID lights.
When spraying outdoors, spray in evening and in temperatures under 80 degrees.
Test each strain before using, some strains may be more sensitive than others.
Use warm water between 70 and 98 degrees Fahrenheit.
pH water before adding Eliminator. The pH should be between 6 and 7. Do not readjust after adding Eliminator.
This is a contact product, so make sure you spray insects thoroughly and that you spray the entire plant including the stalk. Spray the top of the soil and around the pots as well as underneath where pests may reside and hide.
Eliminator leaves no harmful residues and is bacteria free making it the ideal pest and fungal control for organic gardening and the environment.
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thanks for the post
Dr. Zymes is great stuff
I bought some Dr. Zymes. After reading the label it seems to just be diluted down citric acid. Maybe a cheaper route to make your own.
Try it I think there’s more to it than you think .