Thrips are more common than you'd think and like! These guys are stubborn to get rid of and survive by moving fast and sucking the sap out of your plants!
white worm-like. We recommend, at first sight, or suspicion of thrips, to use yellowsticky trapsand monitor daily. If you've got Thrips, you'll very likely catch a few this way. Other signs are out for silvery stained sheen on the surface of the leaves.
Thrips are normally in the lower third of your plan
They can be tiny winged insects (measuring in the millimetres) or be small, t but have good camouflage.
If not treated properly, they will be persistent pain and even run into the next cycle. If not eliminated early, they can significantly reduce yields.
The best way is to never have an infestation in the first place. Make sure that you thoroughly sanitise your growing space before you begin. This means not only keeping the place spotless but removing all dead plant matter.