“Spider Mites were all seriously eradicated within 3 days” – MiteShield TestimonialPosted: March 1, 2014 Filed under: MiteShield, Spider Mites, Testimonials | Tags: get rid of spider mites, miteshield, red spider mites, spider mites, spidermites, success stories, testimonials Leave a comment »
Spider Mites are a curse when they strike. This latest feedback comes from one of our repeat customers in Michigan, USA. He’s delighted with MiteShield and we are thrilled to receive his feedback. Thank you!
Just wanted to follow up on a recent order of Miteshield.
My experience has been nothing short of amazing when fighting the little six legged enemies. I have used the product on two different occasions over the past year and each time my mites were seriously eradicated within 3 days.
I recommend using the product as much as a preventative for the months following the original application. I will plan on using the product with all new plants until I am certain all signs of mites have disappeared.
Best product I have ever used for treatment of mites! Enjoy and keep up the good work.
We certainly will – and thank you for being such a great customer. Free samples of The Beautiful Boost on their way to you, friend.
Spider Mites Killer?
Spider mites are a huge dilemma for an organic or medicinal grower – do you use toxic products which will taint your grow or resort to organic but less effective methods? Thankfully, MiteShield dispenses with this dilemma by being both effective and organic.
We have a bias in our culture towards thinking that “strong” and “effective” are equated with “toxic” and “concentrated”. Not so. MiteShield is just one product that demonstrates you can have effectiveness with a non-toxic, natural product without intense chemical interventions.
Our friend who wrote this feedback says that “my spider mites were seriously eradicated within 3 days” by MiteShield – respectfully, we’d like to correct this. The mites are repelled by the plant after MiteShield is applied. MiteShield doesn’t directly kill mites. Instead, they die because their food source becomes unviaible, as the plants now defend themselves naturally.