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Hi, I have trawled the board but not found an answer yet. Apologies if it is staring me in the face. I have a White Widow Auto which popped through the soil (under glass) on 23rd April. Been fighting off Aphids since June. Just shy of four months later I still dont see 40% amber trichomes. But I do see aphids crawling so near the buds I am worried i should just chop and dry. I read somewhere that "washing" the buds is a good way to remove those last aphids, but nervous to try that due to mould in a uk climate. What do the experts think? would a good shake be enough to dislodge the last aphids? Or a Wash?
Story time. I missed my last year's report. Following a stupendous (imho) 2018 where I pulled 110g, I continued with the nebula ii cbd strain (assisted again by a Northern Lights Auto) I bought in Ams the previous year. I ran the same play in 2019 with devastating results. Not in a good way. With a pissy summer in the SE region and a mizzy Autimn, I lost all but a few grams of the Auto. I learned that it takes an exceptional summer or using Autos to end the year early.Two good plants is all I need generally to last a year. I still have a lot of the 2018 Nebula CBD harvest, which is a reliable, if a little boring, medication. So this year I led with White Widow Autos. But I wanted to experiment with something a little more sativa, and I saw these Cobra Flash on Seedsman. Finally, I had a WW Photo and threw it in the mix just for a stretch. Two bankers and a punt I thought. Here's their story. First thirty days of the WW Photo