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Releasing Spidex Indoors
I have some spider mites on some of my house plants. I just bought some Spidex, but I wanted to triple check:
1) That they were ok to use on indoor plants. (And that they wouldn’t start biting me.)
2) I was going to sprinkle them on all of my plants, just to be sure (even though it looks like only a bamboo palm and 3 drascenas are effected.)
3) Do I need to bother sprinkling them on my succulents or cactuses? (I guess even if spider mites don’t eat succulents, if they’re hiding out on them they could still spread.)
4) I also have a couple small carniverous plants. I know they’re extremely sensitive to soil and water. I assume I should just quarantine them, and not put the predatory mites on them?
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