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Home  >  Pest Management  >   Tipsheet: Spider Mites - Botanical Control Formulations (Summary)

Tipsheet: Spider Mites - Botanical Control Formulations


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By Justin Duncan, NCAT Agriculture Specialist

Published: August 2016

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Spider mites are among the most notorious of pests. They multiply rapidly in hot, dry conditions and can easily overwhelm a field, particularly if plants are water stressed, or a greenhouse in weeks or even days. They have been found on almost 4,000 different host species (Attia et al., 2013).

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Essential Oils
Aloe Vera
Bugleweed (Ajuga)
Mimosa (Albizzia julibrissin)

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