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Hello All, This is the first year i have grown Cucumbers (in a container) and I have a plant now infested with spider mites. I have sprayed the affected leaves with dish-soap and water but was wondering if the cucumbers on the plant are still safe
The cucumber plants in my greenhouse were growing well but started to develop "powdery mildew" which I was told was due to the atmosphere being too moist.I tried to increase ventilation and water carefully.I now have mildew and red spider mite which
lovely that you had so many types of bugs bee's and butterflies, the wolf spider sounds quiet exciting to, when I first came to live in this house37 years ago, there were masses of creepy crawlies grasshoppers were hopping everywhere but over
Q. What do you call a spider egg in a Christmas cracker?A. Lost All our spiders seem to have run for the bathoom vents and are now having a Christmas party in the house. I am not keen on spiders but even I haven't the heart to throw them out
Who is the highly intelligent designer that formed this creature ?
These tiny, sap-sucking pests may be only 0.5mm long but they can wreak havoc in a greenhouse or on houseplants indoors. For most of the year they are a pale green colour with two dark spots on their back; it's only in autumn and winter that they turn orange-red. They thrive in h...
I have some seedling tomato plants, a few of which are being munched by what I can only describe as tiny, thin, white spiders. They are eating the leaves, and the infected plants I have thrown out. They are in my greenhouse, but I had the same thing
Anybody out there who can help with advice about the problem of red-spider mites on house plants? One of my prized plants was killed stone dead in one infestation ( a 30 year old citrus shrub that I'd grown from a pip). Does anyone know of a