Bugs / Pests / Disease Control
Pests, bugs, spores, moulds and other air and water borne contaminants are a constant problem in the horticultural world, but as the indoor horticulture industry moves on, the different ways to tackle these problems has evolved. Biological treatment, chemical treatment, organic treatment, various forms of environmental control devices such as ozone generation and uv sterilisation, ozonizers and bug zappers, the list goes on and on. We stock every kind of effective pest and disease control available on the market today, so whatever the problem is, we can fix it and there are lots of preventative measures the indoor cultivator can take to ensure the likelihood of infestation and contamination are kept to an absolute minimum.
Spider mite, pythium and botrytis are without a doubt the worst contaminants to occur in an indoor grow room. If you see any of these problems occurring on your plants, act quickly and get the appropriate products to tackle the problem effectively before you lose a whole crop. Botrytis will usually occur in the latter stages of flowering and can sometimes only be a minor issue, but can get out of hand rapidly in certain conditions. Spider mites can devour an entire crop in days when allowed to get out of control; and pythium is a lethal root disease. If you suspect any of these issues are affecting your room, act quickly and call us!!