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Spider mites, and lots of them! You can see the adults pottering around and the webs where they have done some renovations. On the leaves you can see the lighter dots where the juices have been sucked out of the leaf. There a few ways to control this: tough love: cut the whole plant down to the ground, dispose of infected stems, reduce water and wait for ...


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That's a pretty severe infestation but not uncommon on indoor citrus. In order to control them you have to understand what the control agents do. Whether it's deltamethrin, neem or dish soap these are all contact pesticides. They have to coat the spider mite to kill it. The webbings are an effective way of preventing sprays from touching the adults and the ...


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Thanks for clarifying the active ingredient. Although that product is said to be kind of effective against spiders, spiders are not spider mites, so I'm not entirely sure it will work on spider mite, though it's more likely it will than not. If it doesn't work, I'd suggest you try neem oil spray instead next time, which is a more natural and less harmful (...


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