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In Todays Indoor weed update I am soooooo sad to report I got Spider Mites! Although this is a common problem not only for weed grows but also for indoor plants. I wanted to share with you where I am currently at with the spider mites and what I did to hopefully get rid of them! I will be updating in the future, don’t forget to Subscribe! 🙂

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Spider mites weed

Also, spider mites are notoriously good at developing resistance to common pesticides, so we suggest using some of the organic methods outlined below.

Other insects that prey on spider mites include:
Spider mites can be detrimental to your cannabis plants/ read on for a detailed look at what spider mites are and how you can prevent them in your grow area.

Spider mites feed off cannabis plants and cause damage by puncturing plant cells in order to feed. Spider mites affect both indoor and outdoor plants and can wreak havoc when not controlled quickly.
There are a number of organic insecticides on the market that can help control a spider mite infestation. Here are some popular solutions we recommend trying:
Once you’ve pruned your plants, consider hosing them down gently. This will help remove any remaining mites and will also help prevent another infestation. You may want to hose them down periodically if you find you’re dealing with mites on a regular basis.
They are less than 1 millimetre (0.04 inches) in size and can be red or black in colour. Spider mites prefer hot, dry conditions and lay transparent eggs which can hatch in as little as 3 days.
We do not recommend using chemical pesticides on spider mites. In most cases, this will only make matters worse by killing off other insects that prey on the mites.

If you’re only dealing with a small infestation, cut down any infected areas well past the mites’ webbing and discard them in the trash. If you’re dealing with larger infections on individual plants, consider destroying them to avoid the mites spreading.

Spider mites prey on cannabis and can have a huge effect on your yields. Click here to learn how to keep your cannabis plants safe from spider mites.