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Spider mites on cannabis
I have been growing medical cannabis (with a permit and for personal use only – my husband suffers from seizures and I have fibromyalgia) for some time now and only recently started being plagued by spider mites. I have a number of plants outside in my back yard that have not yet been infested, however, growing right next to my cannabis is a huge tomato plant that now has a fair number of spider mites all over it. I would like to treat this problem with predator mites but I am not quite sure of what type to get. I also have an indoor grow – just a few plants in a bathroom. Spider mites have been a problem in that room for a year now. I am in the Los Angeles CA area, and recently it has been hot – in the 90’s and 100’s, with relatively low humidity. I have also had a problem with cabbage loopers; they are very fond of cannabis as it turns out. Can you make a suggestion as to how I might best get rid of these bugs?
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