Easy Way To Kill Spider Mites On Plants
What you'll need
Rubbing Alcohol
Cotton swab
Remember to frequently inspect your plants for pests
Be sure to check above and below the leaves for any pests
Spider mites usually live on the undersides of leaves and damage plants by feeding on them
You may have spider mites if you notice leaf discoloration, webbing, or small spiders on the leaves
Clean the leaves surface with rubbing alcohol to dry out and kill the pests
Rubbing alcohol is a great substitute if you don’t have other pesticides handy! You can also use neem oil
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