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  1. #11
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    How do i get rid of crickets also? Thank you!!!

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    Sulfur Burners

    Not only will sulfur burners eliminate mildew it also has an impact on pest populations. The vaporized sulfur is known to dramatically reduce the pests reproduction abilities. This is especially true for Thrips and spidermites. Many customers who use sulfur vaporizers have noted complete elimination of spidermites.
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    Should I spray my plants with plain water after using foggers?

    I plan on using Pest Out once a week after fogging. Should I also spray plant down with water after using Pest Out?

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    No, dont spray your plants with water after use with a fogger or pest out. This will help enhance mildew growth.
    Last edited by dhill; 10-18-2006 at 05:19 PM.
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    So the foggers and Pest Out help prevent Mildew or spraying with water can cause Mildew?

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    What he's saying is that spraying your plants with water can increase the chances of contracting a mildew problem.
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    Thank you.

    Just have heard that some things should be washed off of leaves. Clogs pores are w/e there called

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    Some people also call this "reverse foliar", it should only be done if toxic residues are on the plant or if your plants are to dirty for harvesting. However, just plain water can/will enhance the mildew and even cause a rot. Rather have "clogged pores" than rotten produce!!
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    Default Sulfur burners

    I have heard that sulfur burners are very toxic to humans, is this true? Someone told me that there is a DO NOT ENTER period when using a sulfur burner.

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    Also want to know if they will effect the taste of vegetables?

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