First, always shake the bottle well. Pour 86 Mites and Mold concentrate into a bucket or other container. Fill your now-empty 86 Mites and Mold container four more times with water, add water to the concentrate in bucket, and mix well. We recommend using reverse osmosis water or de-chlorinated water. Do not mix in separate batches, as this can reduce the effectiveness of 86 Mites and Mold.
At room temperature, and correctly mixed, 86 Mites and Mold has a shelf life of two years.
Store your 86 at room temperature, and avoid direct sunlight or freezing temperatures.
While we don't recommend combining or mixing 86 Mites and Mold with other products, doing a small and localized test may be helpful for identifying unwanted reactions.
Always spray during rest periods. For example, if you are growing indoors, spray when the lights are off: during vegetative states that would be during the six hours of lights off, and during flowering stages during the twelve hour rest period. If your plans are grown under continuous light, turn lights off before spraying and be sure that leaves are dry before turning them back on. If you are using our products outdoors, spray at dusk.
Spray a fine mist over the plant – over and under – once a week. The sprayer included with our 8 and 32 ounce bottles can be used upside-down.
When clones have an established root system, you may start spraying 86 Mites and Mold as a preventive measure.
You may dip new clones in a solution of 50% 86 Mites and Mold and 50% clean water. Be sure to avoid contact with the roots. If you get new clones that aren't from your garden, make sure you quarantine and spray them before introducing them to your other plants.
No, 86 Mites and Mold does not need an additional wetting agent.
Yes! 86 Mites and Mold is safe to use. Generally, we recommend that 86 Mites and Mold be used up until two weeks before harvest, as after that point care will have to be taken to avoid any residual taste.