Spider Mite Predators Sachets
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Spider Mite Predators Sachets
Don't wait for spider mites to ravage your plants! Prevent infestations with these 100% natural predator sachets. They don't cost much but virtually eliminate the chance of an outbreak.
They slowly release spider mite predators (neoseiulus californicus) over 2 weeks to thwart any oncoming attacks. Just 1 - 2 sachets per plant every 3-4 weeks is enough.
The predators themselves don't harm your plants, just the mites that would feast on them.
You don't need to rip or tear sachets just hang them from plants or place them in propagators, job done.
They're the easy answer to a big problem for the sake of just £1.95 per sachet you'd be foolish not to use them. If you already have an infestation, you'll need to use Spider Mite Predator Bottles instead - they contain a more aggressive predator species.
- Virtually eliminate the chance of a spider mite infestation
- Low cost
- Attach to plants & place in propagators
- Sachets contain spider mite predators, neoseiulus californicus
- Predators will not damage your plants
- Destroy a number of mites
- Just 1 - 2 sachets per plant is enough
- Use throughout your grow to naturally prevent infestations
- 100% natural great for organic growers
Discover Spider Mite Predator Sachets
These small sachets contain spider mite predators (neoseiulus californicus), which slowly emerge from holes in the sachet over 2 weeks.
If ever a spider mite sneaks in, it gets gobbled up by a hungry predator before it does any damage.
The predators in these sachets won't damage your plant (neoseiulus californicus) eat:
- Two spotted spider mite (Tetranychus urticae)
- Fruit spider mite (Panonychus ulmi)
- Citrus red mite (Panonynchus citri)
- Begonia mite (Tarsonemus pallidus)
- Broad mite (Polyphagotarsonemus latus)
How To Use
Number of Sachets:
1 or 2 in a propagator, 1 per plant (vegetative growth) & 1 or 2 per plant (flowering) every 3 - 4 weeks.
When to Use
Ideally you should use Spider Mite Predators Sachets before any kind of bug problem exists, from the beginning of a crop until harvest.
Fresh sachets (check for the week number on the packaging) will last for up to 4 weeks in the grow room if kept in conditions of 25oC and 60-70% Relative Humidity.
A final application of fresh predators is recommended 4/5 weeks into flowering this will protect plants through to harvest.
In a Propagator:
Lean 1 - 2 sachets against the sides of your propagator or against propagation cubes.
Hanging from Plants:
As soon as your plants are able to support the weight of a sachet, attach 1 - 2 sachets to the leaves of each plant for good coverage.
Make sure you change the supply every 3-4 weeks
Never cut or tear sachets predators emerge from tiny holes already in the sachets.
What To Do In The Event Of An Attack?
If you've kept fully stocked with fresh predator sachets and conducted regular checks using a magnifier, then a major attack simply shouldn't take place. However, mistakes and misfortune can happen! As soon as your defensive live predators start to get overrun, switch to those contained in Spider Mite Predator Bottles. When the situation seems desperate, bust out a powerful bug destroyer like Plant Vitality Killermite or Pyrethrum 5 EC and apply with a pump up sprayer or battery driven sprayer.