- Nov 17, 2013
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I am an indoor grower and every few weeks I have customers come in to my shop dealing with a really bad spider mite infestation. for those that haven't dealt with spider mites they are best described as microscopic little creatures start eating away at your plant. You can tell an infestation is really bad once webbing starts to appear on your plants. The problem with these pests is that they adapt very quickly to whatever regiment you are fighting them with. Oils only work for so long, they acclimate to pesticides pretty quickly, and breed on a 3 day cycle. so my question is for my sake as much as my customers: has anyone here found an organic and effective way to treat spider mites? I hate having to hand over pesticides so often.