Grower Fact Sheet: Twospotted Spider Mite Management Guide for Horticulture Crops

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Date of Publication
August 7, 2023
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Overview

Two-spotted spider mites are commonly found infesting many plants and crops, having been recorded on over 300 plant species.

Two-spotted spider mites are commonly found infesting many plants and crops, having been recorded on over 300 plant species. They feed on the undersides of leaves and can cause discoloration or injury to plant tissue. This fact sheet discusses the characteristics, feeding habits, and management strategies for control of two-spotted spider mites. (4 pages)

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