Spray2Grow - Spidermite
Spray2Grow - Spidermite


Spray2Grow - Spidermite

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Spray2Grow Spidermite is the ultimate organic spider mite prevention spray. It works great for any stage of plant growth and controls powdery mi...

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Spray2Grow Spidermite is the ultimate organic spider mite prevention spray. It works great for any stage of plant growth and controls powdery mildew, aphids and other pests, too. Made with natural ingredients and approved by organic growers, this product provides protection at all stages of your plants.

Spray2Grow for Spidermite is a revolutionary product preventing the build up and re-introduction of spider mites during periods of good growing conditions, such as Summer. Spraying at the first sign of infestation will produce the best results; however, even if you have an established problem it can be dealt with effectively in one application. Packed full of plant extracts (such as garlic – which spider mites hate), saponins and salts, Spray2Grow Spidermite successfully enables your crop to combat spider mites in all forms - eggs, larvae and full grown adults! The nutritional elements present in the concentrate serve to promote plant health and vitality as well as a pest-free environment. Apply at a dilution rate of 50ml per Litre (one 500ml bottle makes up 10L of spray solution).

Spray2Grow Spidermite is a highly effective solution for managing spider mite infestations. Spray2Grow Spidermite is recommended for use alongside natural spider mite predators, so we suggest that you clear your plants of all webbing before spraying.

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Insect control is an important aspect of hydroponic gardening, as pests can quickly infest and damage crops in the absence of natural predators. There are several methods of insect control that can be used in hydroponics, including physical barriers, biological controls, and chemical treatments.

Biological controls involve introducing natural predators or parasites into the growing area to control insect populations. For example, ladybugs can be introduced to control aphids, or parasitic wasps can be used to control whiteflies. This method is effective and environmentally friendly, but may require some expertise to implement correctly.

Chemical treatments involve the use of pesticides or insecticides to control insect populations. While effective, this method should be used with caution in hydroponics, as it can have negative impacts on plant health and the environment.

At Prestwich Hydroponics we only stock the highest quality powder and liquid plant feeds available. household names like Athena, Canna & Mills. We also stock products that tackle pests, moulds and other grow room problems.

It is important to receive the correct amounts of nutrients for your plants. Each nutrient has different functions, e.g. nitrogen is needed for stem growth and leaf production, while phosphorus is essential for root health. Plants need all three major plant nutrients - nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus - in order to grow at their best. Using high-quality plant nutrients will help you achieve unrivalled harvests..

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