Thankfully, spider mites have many natural enemies that help reduce infestations and limit population overgrowth. Some of these natural predators include:
Phytoline P (Phytoseiulus Persimilis)
Amblyline cu CRS (Predatory Mite)
Anderline aa (Predatory Mite)
Exhibitline sf ( Predatory Thrips)
In many cases, the predators take care of entire infestations without the need for human intervention. Due to chemical spraying and the loss of beneficial insects, spider mites may have less predators to worry about in the area. However, the mites may also run rampant in greenhouses and interiorscapes where workers prefer not to use chemical pesticides. These areas have less natural predators, providing a safer breeding ground for mites to grow in numbers.