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Выполните вход, чтобы сообщить о неприемлемом контенте. White Widow is an Indica-dominant strain with medium yield, perfect for novice growers and it can stretch to 100%. It finishes flowering in 7 to 9 weeks from seed and can be grown outdoors to late October. Meanwhile, medical applications are primarily for anxiety and depression. FACTS - Origin: Brazilian Sativa x South Indian Indica - Genotype: Mostly Indica - Sex: Feminized - THC: 18-25% - Yields: 800 gm/sqm (indoors) / 900 gm/plant (outdoors) - Flowering Time: 7-9 weeks (indoors) / Late October (outdoors) - Growth Level: Suitable for beginners. specializes in producing high-quality, fast-germinating seeds with proven, stabilized genetics.
It provides strains boasting of remarkable features and exceptional traits in the form of feminized, auto, regular, and fast version seeds. In the Walt Disney film Mulan, "Cri-kee" the cricket is considered to be a lucky charm for Mulan's family. The idea was based on the traditional Chinese custom of keeping crickets in cages in the home for luck. Many Native American tribes also thought that crickets brought good luck, and the belief holds true for many Americans. There are still those who believe that it is bad luck to kill a cricket in the house or harm a cricket at all! Despite those beliefs, the incessant chirping of a cricket in one's home can quickly become annoying, especially because they only seem to go quiet when the search for them begins. In fact, that was one of the very reasons that the Chinese kept crickets in their homes. The insects acted as a sort of home security system in that they stopped chirping when a person approached—its silence gave an alert that someone was coming. But if you already have a home security system, or prefer not to have them underfoot (caged or not), the rest of this article discusses two common cricket species, how to get them out of the house, and how to keep them out. Like millipedes and centipedes, crickets are considered to be only occasional invaders of homes and other buildings. That is because they prefer to live outdoors and don't survive well or breed indoors. However, they will enter structures in search of shelter if the weather gets bad or if they just accidentally happen to hop through a door, window, or another opening. Because crickets are attracted to warmth, they are most likely to be found in kitchens or near sources of heat, such as the furnace or water heater. Once inside, they can burrow into cracks and behind baseboards. There are two different types of crickets to look out for. About 3/4 to 1 inch long Has a light yellowish-brown body with three dark bands on the head and long, pointed wings Eats almost anything Will chew on and damage fabrics, paper, rubber, and foods. 1/2 to 3/4 inch long Has a dark brown to black body with curved wings Feeds on plants and fabrics Is attracted to lights at night. A cricket or two in the home will rarely cause damage, but high populations can be of concern because of their tendency to chew. Here's how to control crickets in the home: If there are just one or two, place glue boards in the areas of the room where chirping is heard. Use cornmeal in the center of the board as bait, and the cricket should be captured within a day or two. If the cricket can be found, it can be vacuumed up. The vacuum should then be emptied, or the bag should be thrown away, outside the home. If a heavy infestation has developed, some sprays and baits are available through home and garden stores, department stores, etc. Read the labels to select one that is registered for the control of crickets. As a general rule: Spray pesticides can be applied to entry points, baseboards, and in garage and basement areas. But when using any chemical (spray and bait traps alike), be sure to purchase only those labeled for the insect you want to control and the area it is to be used, then read and follow all label directions.
Crickets can only enter the home if there is an opening for them to get in, and they can only survive if conditions allow. So, to prevent infestations: How to Kill a Cricket Infestation. Cricket infestations can occur inside your home, but they are rare. You know if you have a cricket infestation if the chirping noise you hear is so loud it prevents you from sleeping. An infestation of crickets can be a serious problem. Like all insects, they can be destructive to a home environment. They congregate near light in the evening, which can make your home less attractive. Pull out all kitchen appliances and clean behind and underneath.
Grease attracts crickets, so thoroughly clean the inside and outside of your stove and oven. Remove any rotten garbage from in and around your home.