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What to do?...Found 2 spiders in the tent

Hello guys...As the title says. Had the plants out one by one for some lst and watering,  (30/32 days from seed, coco hempy)) put them back in the tent and was admiring my handy work and saw something black and fairly fast  on one of the leaves in the heart of the plant. Tipped the clay balls off the pot and put it back in the tent, it was there again a few minutes later, definitely a small spider. Anywez I got it and decided to hang about just to see, didn't see anything and was just thinking mebs it hopped on when I had the plant out of the tent then another little fkr came down on a web from the lamp. That's all I've seen but obviously its two too many .  I'm still in veg and was hoping to flip this weekend

 

Any advice on what to do?

 

Cheers

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Spiders won't do no damage lol

 

Owd

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Mate, spiders are doing no harm other than catching any flies in your room, 

 

An old chinese proverb goes....probably

 

A spider in the room is better than a fly on your bud

 

lol 

 

But then I have always been very au natural

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As long as they're not spider mites, they should be beneficial. Pretty sure spiders would help keep any fly's or bugs in check. My outdoor plants are covered in small spiders with long legs and I rarely see any bug or mite damage when the spiders are present. Again, they'd eat any flies as well. Just make sure 2 spiders doesn't become 50. 

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Thanks lads....I was thinking that's where the spider mites come from, like eggs hatching and what have you....feel a bit better now. 

 

Cheers for the info :yep:

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