Wednesday, 15 February 2017
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Howdy, I love gardening and I have a beautiful chrysanthemum garden. Recently, I saw some black and red spots on the leaves. Some of the leaves turned yellow too. I guess the soil drainage could be one reason behind it. I couldn’t identify the real reason of the colored dots. My friend who visited my garden said that the dots might be due to spider mites. While searching for a solution, I saw a blog in which they have mentioned some ways to avoid pests. [ http://inthebackyard.ca/how-to-have-a-pest-free-garden/ ]. It says that using a mixture of dish soap, cooking oil and water is a good spray for spider mites. I haven’t tried this before, and I need some suggestions. Is this mix helpful for avoiding the mites? Should I try chemical pesticides for faster results? Please help me out with suggestions.
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Check out this comprehensive list of Chrysanthemum pests and diseases from Clemson University Extension. Spider mites (and control options) are mentioned under the "Insects and Related Pests" heading. Good luck!
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Thank you murphy!
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Very nice!!
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Happy to read this.
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