Fungus gnats are small, flying insects that are commonly found in cannabis cultivation. They are attracted to the moist soil and organic matter commonly used in cannabis growing environments. Fungus gnats lay their eggs in the soil, and the larvae feed on organic material and plant roots, potentially causing damage to the cannabis plants. To control fungus gnats, it is important to maintain proper moisture levels in the soil, avoid overwatering, and use preventive measures such as sticky traps or beneficial nematodes. Regular monitoring and early detection can help prevent and manage fungus gnat infestations in cannabis crops.

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