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Spider Mites

Posted by garf 10B (My Page) on
Mon, May 21, 12 at 15:23

It seems that what I thought was nutrient shortages is actually spider mites. This is a bad infestation and I have a history of not being able to deal with them. I need help. How do I kill these things without killing my plants?


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What kind of plant is it?


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  • Posted by garf 10B (My Page) on
    Mon, May 21, 12 at 18:05

Tomato-Everglades


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RE: Spider Mites

ladybugs, predator mites, other garden spiders, preying mantis..

or you could use soapy water, or a professional insecticidal soap

they can be dealt with, but if the infestation is bad, it may be too late for the plants, but it certainly can't hurt to try


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