@Brandon yes but is it Thrips or spider mites?
@chriscovey I couldn’t tell you I’m just starting out myself but @Mr. Grow It Probably could help
Need a closer pic to determine what those are. Hopefully your still in veg which makes it easier to get rid of them. In flower it's tough without negatively affecting your harvest.
I'm pretty sure though it's not mites
@mwhite9829 looks like thrips right? What do you use to get rid of them?
@mwhite9829 yes I’m in veg
Looks like it, personally I'd use organic neem being in veg.
Looks a lot like damage from thrips. I'm working on writing an article on thrips but it's not done yet. Here is a good one which tells you how to get rid of them:
That damage may actually be from spider mites instead since the damage looks very similar to that of thrips. Here is info on that:
The pest on the yellow sticky looks like a fungus gnat:
As always, cannayoda is huck full of helpful info.
@Mr. Grow It I watched a video Pigeons420 made. He used 3 oils. Neem, peppermint and rosemary. Sprayed every 3 days changing the oils each time. Will that work here?
@chriscovey Yes, as you can see in the articles, neem oil is a solution for all 3 of those pests.
If you have other plants already I wouldn't ut them anywhere near them until you've taken care of the infestation.
@mwhite9829 they are already in the same room.