Spider mites are all too common a problem for cannabis growers. Whether you’re growing cannabis indoors or outdoors, you’re more likely to find spider mites in your crop than any other type of pest.

They’re microscopic. They’re arachnids. They will suck the life out of your beautiful plants.

Spider mites are only about 4mm in size (0.04 inch). Their size makes them difficult to identify, as they will look less like spiders than tiny freckles on your plants’ leaves.

You will likely find them on the underside of your cannabis plants’ leaves. If your plants’ green leaves are covered in a sea of yellow or white dots, chances are you’ve got spider mites.

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Rob Hoffman ~ Herb.co

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