10 Ways to Control Red Spider Mites by Organic Methods

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Have you ever heard of red spider mites? Are you wondering about What is a Red Spider Mite? Have you ever seen small little red coloured insects on the plant leaves? If you just sighted some moving dust like moving insects, then you have probably sighted red spider mites. These red spider mites are tiny sucking pests that can harm your plants. They are considered as a garden pest and can infect your plants causing them to deteriorate and result in poor health of the plants. Spider mites can be categorized into two categories the Southern red spider mites and the European red spider mites. They can cause harm to the indoor and outdoor plants as well. They cause leaves discolouration, speckled plants, and bronze coloured leaves which affects the plants adversely. Not only can they harm the plants but God forbid if you get bitten by a red spider mite then it may cause you swelling on the bitten area and itching too thus it is essential that you get rid of these spider mites from your vicinity.  These red spider mites are highly active during summers and inactive during winters. In such a situation it is very necessary that you get rid of these red spider mites at an early stage before it obliterates your plants.  So continue reading to gain an insight about identifying red spider mites and ways to get rid of these tiny monsters.

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Spider Mite: How to Treat It in Indoor & Outdoor Plants?

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Spider mites are tiny insects that causes infestation on the plants by infecting the leave blades and stems of a plant. Mites in indoor and outdoor plants are a common problem these days, particularly in the rainy season. Keep reading to learn more about how to identify and kill mites.

The red spider is a tiny mite of about 0.5mm, of the Tetraniquies family, capable of weaving cobwebs, so it can be confused with these. Its color varies from brown/greenish to deep red according to its maturity. It is usually protected on the underside of the leaves and also with its cobwebs, able to trap natural predators and protect from some aroids.

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Autumn Pest Spotlight – Red Back Spider Extended

Red Back Spider

Redback spiders have a highly venomous bite and are considered one of the most dangerous spiders in Australia, Southeast Asia and New Zealand. If you’re not familiar with the redback spider, we’ve got you covered. The redback spider is found all over Australia commonly in garages, letter boxes, sheds, underneath outdoor furniture. It has also …

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Brown Recluse Spiders: 15 Facts and Information

Brown recluse spider in dry winter grass

Brown recluse spiders are a potential danger to humans, especially people who have a weakened immune system, are elderly or are children. Rumors suggest that the brown recluse has now made its way into California, but is it true?

We’re going to debunk the rumors and learn a lot more about the characteristics, habits and facts behind the brown recluse.

Basic Information About the Brown Recluse Spider

Brown recluse spiders have very distinct colors, and patterns and they can be a sort of dull yellow color to dark brown in color. You’ll find that the younger spiders will have a lighter color than the adults. And when you view the brown recluse spider up close, you’ll find that it has a dark violin pattern on the dorsum.

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Camel Spiders: Distinguishing Fact from Fiction with 5 Myths Unraveled

Camel spiders are huge. While the name “camel spider” doesn’t sound too bad, this spider’s real name is the Egyptian Giant Solpugid. I love this spider because it’s home to many myths and rumors, but a lot of these tall tales are false.

Many myths of the giant camel spider come from the Iraq War.

Basic Information About the Camel Spider

Camel spiders are not real spiders. This is very confusing because the camel spider is part of the Arachnida class, but they’re really solpugids. In fact, these spiders are in the order of solifugae while also being in the class of Arachnida.

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Amazing Black Widow Spider Facts & Bite Treatment

Black widow spider outdoors on a web

Most of us are scared of spiders – even if we don’t want to admit it. But there’s one spider that really terrifies us: the black widow. Not only does its name sound terrifying, but this creepy-crawly creature has a bite that can really do some damage.

Featuring shiny black bodies, this spider has a red hourglass shape on its back. This spider is so dangerous, it even tells you that you’re time is running out if you’re bit by one.

Knowing how to identify a black widow spider is life skill everyone should have. Let’s take a closer look at what this spider looks like, how it behaves and other interesting facts about the black widow.

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