Liquid Ladybug Is The Best Way to Control Spider Mites!
Liquid Ladybug is the anytime spider mite killer that is safe to use on flowers, with the lights on and to use daily if desired. Liquid Ladybug™ Organic Spider Mite Spray prevents post-combustion by products because it evaporates off the plant and does not leave a residue.
Spider mite control has been difficult using the current products available up until now because of their limitations and toxicity. Natural products are the safer way to get rid of spider mites but not all natural products are effective. Only a few natural plant oils can control spider mites safely. Some may be organic, like Neem oil or Cottonseed oil for instance, but they are so harsh they harm plant tissue and endanger the user. Controlling Spider Mites safely is the goal of Liquid Ladybug.
There is no comparison between Liquid Ladybug™ and any of the other spider mite sprays. Our approach is “clever is better!” because the ‘bigger hammer’ philosophy is not the best way to end a spider mite infestation. The safety of the grower and the health of the plant are paramount.
Recognizing a Spider Mite Infestation
Early detection is essential for spider mite control. Spider mites are usually the two spotted spider mite or the red spider mite. Early evidence of an infestation is the damage they do to leaves. This is usually seen first as a stippling or white dotted pattern on leaves. Underneath these leaf dots will be mites; barely seen with the naked eye so a magnifying glass is a good investment when detecting the infesting insect. An alternative method is to hold a white sheet of paper under a plant and shake the plant. Mites will fall off onto the paper as black dots slightly smaller than the period at the end of this sentence and the dots may start crawling around.
Bronzing, stippling and burning on the top side of leaves are all characteristic signs of the presence of spider mites. Damaged leaves turn yellow, dry up and drop from the plant. Heavily infested areas are accompanied by fine silk webbing on the underside of leaves, between plant stems, at leaf junctions and at the top of the plant. If the infestations are not removed the plant will die.
Spider Mite Treatment & Control
Liquid Ladybug™ is safe to use daily, so a faster and simply way can now be used to end your infestation. Just spray two days in a row then wait six days and apply a third application. You don’t have to wait for the plant to recover from the initial treatment to apply it again because it doesn’t hurt plant tissue or burn flowers.
Liquid Ladybug™ is Effective in Controlling:
Preventing Spider Mite Infestations
A single monthly treatment to prevent mite outbreaks is like an ounce of prevention instead of a pound of cure. To prevent soil born mites from re-infesting plants we have developed the Liquid Ladybug mite shield. This simple solution will keep mites from crawling back up into your plants after treatment and any new mites from infesting your plants that are introduced into your growing area. Cut a strip from a sink sponge and wrap it around the stem of the plant above the growing medium. Secure it with a twist or cable tie then soak it with Liquid Ladybug. This blocks the mite highway – the main stem.
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Liquid Ladybug Concentrate Questions & Answers
Can I use Liquid Ladybug with the lights on?
an I use Liquid Ladybug on plant cutting starts and seedlings?
Can I use Liquid Ladybug on plants in bloom?
Can I use Liquid Ladybug after treating my plants with a sulfur burner for powdery mildew?
Will Liquid Ladybug get rid of thrips and aphids?
I have used Liquid Ladybug according to the instructions and I still have mites; what’s happening?
What is a Mite shield and how do I get one?
Can I use a fogger to apply Liquid Ladybug?
Can Liquid Ladybug get my cycled propagation infestation under control?
Will mites develop a resistance to Liquid Ladybug?
Will the Liquid Ladybug Mite Shield hurt my main stems if kept wet?
Is this product safe to use in the house?
Do I have to be concerned about it getting on my skin?
Is it toxic to animals?