Guard ‘n’ Aid for Spider Mite
Guard N Aid For Spider Mite
Guard ‘n’ Aid for Spider Mite is an effective contact insecticide for controlling Spider Mite. Their eggs in all edible and non-edible crops.
Comes in 250ml.
10 in stock
Guard ‘n’ Aid for Spider Mite is an effective contact insecticide for controlling Spider Mite. Their eggs in all edible and non-edible crops. The insecticide is made of Pyrethrum, an oil-based compound that targets the spider mites’ nervous system and respiratory systems.
It also kills the adult spider mites. This product is safe to use around humans and pets.
It is important to use Guard ‘n’ Aid for Spider Mite during the dark cycle of your plants to ensure maximum effectiveness.
The product is safe to use around electrical items and must be used within 6 hours of the time of the insect’s attack. It works best if sprayed on the underside of a leaf. Pests and diseases can cause considerable harm to your plants. And are often caused by various causes, including bacterial, viral, fungal and genetic.
To prevent the emergence of pests and diseases, you should keep your grow room clean and free of clutter and insects. Spider mite breed fairly fast, and often it’s to late once spotted. A big infestation means crops are doomed, and in most cases it’s time to clean and start again.
Clean everything in ones room, from top to bottom, walls, lights, fans, floors etc etc. If you can allow for a couple weeks after cleaning, have nothing in your rooms. Spider mite will die or move on to find food.
Spays work on contact. If theirs no contact on the mite, then you haven’t killed them and will need to spay again. Spider mite eggs hatch within 7 days so, spaying is needed again to catch the newly hatched mite as-well.
Guard ‘n’ Aid for Spider Mite is worth a try, but it must make contact with the spider mite.
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