Year of the Locust

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  1. The Dude

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    Well as many of ya'll might now,this is the year for the Locust.Its been too many years since ive dealt with growing and Locusts.I dont ever recall an issue.I just wanted to ask if anyone knows anything about Locusts being good ,bad or indifferent about our lovely ladies we are trying to see through till harvest.?And I guess this is more of an Organics Question i suppose.Are the skin husks any good for throwing into a soil?LMAO!!After being all cruched up.LOL!Crush Bugs man!Thank for your input Guys n gals.
     
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    I am glad you said this. I have dug up many locusts this year and thought it was odd.
     
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    Thanks man.Ya I just dont want a cartoon happening.I come outside one morning n my plant has eleventeen dozen locusts on it and they eat it n fly away before my eyes.LMAO!I had zero issues with a single pest outdoors last year and I plan on the same prep and course of action this year.short of the Locusts that is since in FL. so many yrs ago I never had an issue or recall a single Locust on my plant(s) but that was a loong time ago.I checked a few sites I have for pests n prep n didnt find much really.So I thought I'd pose the query.:group:
     
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    If all else fails you can eat them as revenge. Taste like licorice :stir:
     
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    LOL! Kewl! Ive eaten many a bug in my day but never a Locust LOL! Ohhhhhh Licorice.I like that.I may pull the head off with the string n try it.LOL!My cats gonna look at me like Im crazy,hes gonna want one.:crying:
     
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    They love the green leaves but will not eat the resin coated parts. I had one plant that was left with only buds, Maybe the best bud I have ever grown lol although not much was left.
    This had to be 15 years ago, thanks for the memories :)
     
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    Sounds like the perfect way to trim plants!
     
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    Cool beans brother.Thanks for the intel bro!Ya memory Lane is alot of fun sometimes,glad I could help ya flashback er Remember.LOL!:wiz:
     

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