General info

Spider mite Killer Key Features

  • Highly effective – tested, used and recommended by professionals
  • Fast acting
  • Easy to use
  • 100% Organic
  • 100% Safe
  • 100% Control
  • Safe to children, pets and wildlife
  • Safe to bees and beneficial insects
  • Safe to use with biological controls
  • No restrictions on how often it can be used
  • Controls powdery mildew
  • Controls: Spider mites, Greenfly, Blackfly, Whitefly, Thunderfly and many more plant pests.
  • Tested on a large number of plant species with no phytotoxicity problems **

** If in doubt, test on a small area of the plant before applying to the rest.


how spider mite killer works

Spider mite Killer works by using a physical mode of action, blocking the breathing holes of Spider mites and insects causing death by suffocation.

Any insect eggs are unlikely to hatch due to their encapsulation within the medium and their obvious inability to transpire successfully into adulthood.

Simply shake and use the ready to use (RTU) formulation.

Mix concentrate at 25ml of Spider mite Killer to 1 litre of water, shake and use, spraying all surfaces of plant at the first sign of damage with a fine mist. Spider mite Killer can be used from seedling through to harvest.

what is a spider mite?

Spider mites are a gardener’s foe. Considered a serious nuisance outdoors and on houseplants, this pest is tough to see until plant injury occurs. Spider mites congregate on the underside of leaves, sip on plant fluids and remove chlorophyll. Visible signs include webbing and white or yellow speckles on leaves; defoliation occurs in severe cases.

Spider mites are less than 1mm in size and can vary in colour. They lay small, spherical eggs which are initially transparent and many species will spin webbing around the eggs to protect them from predators.

Spider mites are normally more prevalent in hot, dry conditions. Spider mites can hatch within 3 days, mature in as little as 5 days and the female spider mite can lay up to 20 eggs a day and live to around 4 weeks. This means one mature female mite can spawn a population of a million spider mites within a month.