What kind of bug is this?

Discussion in 'Sick Plants and Problems' started by Nasty Nate P, Mar 6, 2013.

  1. I was scoping s friends mother when I came across this bug. I haven't really been able to identify it. If you can identify I please let me know how to remove the pests from my patients plants. Thx in advance

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  2. It looks like a mature, adult spider mite to me. Are the signs on the leaves consistent with that?
  3. Not really the leaves and plants look good and are showing no signs of SZm damage
  4. The infamous spider mite no doubt. Neem oil will help... one to one and a half teaspoon of dish detergent with one gallon of water and one ounce of oil. Hope this helps.
  5. #5 mmman, Mar 8, 2013
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