Mites

Scientific name: Tetranychus urticae

Description

Signs of two-spotted mite activity include fine webbing arounds stems and leaves, with the mites themselves visible as tiny yellowish to green dots during the warmer months. They are at their most damaging during hot dry conditions, with activity decreasing in long periods of rain. Damage can appear as dry mottling or translucent spots on the flowers; on leaves damage may appear as faint yellow mottling on the upper leaf surface. Effected leaves usually become dried out and drop off the plant in severe cases, with fine webbing covering the feeding site.

In the cooler months and over winter the mites may become orange to red in colour. They generally are not as active in the cooler months, congregating under bark and at the base of trees feeding on more protected smaller plants.

Products to Use Mites

Rose Spray Ready to Use

Rose Spray_2 750ml

Rose Spray Ready to Use controls various insects and fungal diseases on roses and ornamentals. The product has a systemic fungicide to control Black Spot,  Powdery Mildew and Rust. It also contains an insecticides to kill aphids, thrips, caterpillars, budworm and mites on roses and ornamentals. Rose Spray Ready to Use is formulated to work […]… View Page

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Rose Spray Concentrate

81090_Rose Spray_500mL_new in a box copy

Rose Spray Concentrate controls various insects and fungal diseases on roses and ornamentals. The product has a systemic fungicide to control Black Spot,  Powdery Mildew and Rust. It also contains an insecticides to kill aphids, thrips, caterpillars, budworm and mites on roses and ornamentals. Rose Spray Ready to Use is formulated to work via contact and […]… View Page

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3 in 1 Insect, Fungus & Mite Control RTU

3in1 I,F&Mite control 750ml LR

3 in 1 Insect, Fungus & Mite Control RTU controls various insects and fungal diseases on roses and ornamentals. The product has a systemic fungicide to control Black Spot,  Powdery Mildew and Rust. It also contains an insecticides to kill aphids, thrips, caterpillars, budworm and mites on roses and ornamentals. 3 in 1 Insect, Fungus […]… View Page

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