[Closed] LGM Systemic Insecticide

WillyCKH

CPSC Moderator
Staff member
Hello,
I'm giving away five trial size packets of the insecticide in powder form (mix up to 200ml), in hope of getting feedback and reviews.
Postage is $1 within Canada, $2 to USA, $3 to other countries.
Details: https://lgmplants.ca/shop/lgm-systemic-insecticide/
If you're interested, please put your name on the list next to the according number, and send me a PM afterwards. :)
What I'd like in return: please let me know which plant(s) you have used on, what pest you have targeted and if it is effective against the pest.
Cheers,
Willy

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Justintime

Carnivore
Yes!! Add me to this follow up message soon
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Yes mainly mealybugs on Hoyas. aphids on a few random plants

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TooMuchGarlic

Seedling
I will GLADLY try that...i have some mealybug problems in one drosera...I had them everywhere in one of my terrariums but i managed to control them until now...So yeah, i'll give you feedback on that ;) Thank you so much

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Would love to try some willy! I currently don't have any issues, but will give this a shot and give you feedback when things do go wrong..Lol. Thank you sooo much!

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stevebradford

Carnivorous Plant Addict
Ahhh!

My Sarracenia minor somehow contracted a scale bug infestation!
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Used Willy’s systemic insecticide on it and checked the rest of the plants so far seems like the only one with a problem. It took a couple weeks but most scale bugs seem dead now. I’m going to give it another round to be sure, don’t want the other Sarracenia to get infected.

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stevebradford

Carnivorous Plant Addict
The wife’s succulent came down with mealy bug fever i sprayed the livin hell out of it more than a few times with your insecticide, I was worried everything would contract it. Seems to have worked. One month later after spraying at least five times everything seems dead now.

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Hey All, I recently discovered a problem with thrips on some of my nepenthes, it took me a while to be able to photograph and ID them, I'm pretty sure they are thrips, the black greenhouse kind and the more yellow looking flower thrips as well. Some of the plants affected were near death when I discovered (ventrata, sanguinea and ventricosa), I treated them by spraying once a week for 3 weeks. Also note that as a proactive measure and my paranoia (I've been relocating plants around to different grow boxes/chambers and it's now impossible to trace back what plant came in contact with what), I sprayed my whole collection include many nepenthes, heliamphoras, droseras and sphagnum mosses.

It's been about 2 months now since spraying and I have not detected a single thrips (I check randomly and very diligently now). Let this be a lesson to everyone, ALWAYS clean and inspect new plants and ALWAYS quarantine for about a month before introducing your new plants to the rest of your collection, I learned the hard way....don't be lazy.

THANK YOU @WillyCKH, I think your insecticide was extremely useful/helpful! I think the problem is now gone.

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After Spraying (About 1.5 to 2 Months later), lot's of new healthy growth, I think they'll make it!):



 

Lloyd Gordon

Parasitic Plant Aficionado
Staff member
Thrips are notorious for insecticide resistance. I try to pick them off (tedious) or use the Neem recipe.
 
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