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certain plants could really like that culture...first address lighting you can use the regular lights normally associatid with fishtanks i'd probably perfer florescent..(less heat)..and get a timer..12 hrs a day should do..then..like a fishtank..add gravel..this way your plants wont have to"sit ...

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It depends on how sever the infestation is. If you can see webbing around the stems, you have a sever infestation. Remove the affected leaves. They are probably about ready to fall off anyway. Wipe the remaining leaves and stems down with a soapy cloth. Rinse them an hour later with clear water ...

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