How to Get Rid of Red Spider Mites Organically?

Answer Red spider mites (Tetranychus urticae) are tiny sap-sucking insects that can be quite hard to get rid of. They're a little larger and more orange during autumn, so this can be a good time to try an... Read More »

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How to Get Rid of Little Red Spider Mites?

Red spider mites are common yard and garden pests, but hard to detect because they are the size of a poppy seed and inhabit the underside of leaves. The first indication of a red spider mite infest... Read More »

How to Get Rid of Spider Mites on Ivy?

Spider mites are microscopic insects that are the plant's equivalent to a dog's blood-sucking fleas. These pests strike in the warm, dry months of summer to suck the juice from plants. They reprodu... Read More »

Does anyone know how to get rid of spider mites?

Spider Mites thrive in a dry atmosphere, so "retaining humidity and moisture is a good way to get rid of spider mites." (1) The accumulation of dust on plants also encourages spider mites, so washi... Read More »

What Do Spider Mites Look Like?

To the naked eye, spider mites appear as little white dots under a leaf or on a stem. Adult spider mites have two red eyes, hairy bodies and eight legs. In the winter, the adult females can turn re... Read More »