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I just recently found out my plant has a small thrip problem. Wanna take care of it without the use of pesticide... Any solutions?
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Diatomaceous earth maybe? Basically just crushed up fossils, cuts the exoskeletons of bugs and makes them dry out. May be an option?
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Legion wrote Diatomaceous earth maybe? Basically just crushed up fossils, cuts the exoskeletons of bugs and makes them dry out. May be an option?
I'll definitely look into it, thanks!
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Legion wrote Diatomaceous earth maybe? Basically just crushed up fossils, cuts the exoskeletons of bugs and makes them dry out. May be an option?

Very good product right here
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