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Spider mites- nemesis to my roses
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BornBohemian
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May 1, 2014 - 11:43 am
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I am new to gardening. Last winters, I bought around 20 rose plants and what joy they were. Even before the summer had really arrived, I noticed the leavers truing yellow, dry and falling and tiny webs all around the plants. The plants have been infested with spider mites and all my all attempts of getting rid of them have failed. They come back within 3-4 days. I would like to buy a miticide but don't know where to find them in Delhi/Gurgaon.

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geekgardener
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May 3, 2014 - 11:31 pm
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Spider mites are a pain in the neck.
If it is only your roses ( non edibles) you can try out omite pesticide. any garden shop that sells pesticide might have it. ask for miticide/acaricide.

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