WHO DOESN'T LOVE CANNABIS ?
This is Marty. Marty is really into cannabis.
In fact, Marty loves your plants as much as you do.
Cultivo Biologicals will create a dynamic plan helping you prevent Marty and his friends
from taking over your profits.
Reducing Pests = Increasing Profits.
With Cultivo Biologicals by your side, Marty doesn't stand a chance
Below are a few more of Marty's friends and enemies
Caterpillars preparing to pupate. In California, at least one generation per month could be completed successfully under favorable weather conditions, making it criticially important to be proactive with parasites that interrupt the cycle at the eggs stage.
Girdled roots and Crown Rot.
(Phytopthora mycelium) growth on the surface of the crown area
Emerging Trichogramma wasps
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The female trichogramma is prolific during a lifespan that is less than two weeks. She injects a single egg into the eggs of the pest. After consuming the contents of its host egg, a new adult emerges within a week. Because of this quick turnover, trichogramma wasps multiply rapidly given the right conditions and are are quite useful for early control of lepidoptera spp
HEMP RUSSET MITE
Often referred to as The Angel of Death, the Hemp Russet Mite is so tiny that infestation often goes unnoticed
until the damage is irreparable. Having a solid IPM program in place and practiced religiously
is the first step to avoiding Hemp Russet Mites.
Identifying them before flower damage occurs takes a trained eye or a microscope.
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