Spider Mite infestation banished by ‘The Wizard’Posted: March 1, 2013 Filed under: Spider Mite Control, Spider Mites, Testimonials | Tags: mite, mites, organic spider mite control, Red Spider Mite, spider mites, spidermite Leave a comment »
Spider mite infestations completely cleared in this feeback received today from ‘the wizard’ in Dublin, who used MiteShield twice for his .
I was a little skeptical about Miteshield at first. When my girlies came under attack I used three different products simoultaneously in an effort to save my crop, one of which was mite shield. The mites went away for a while but returned a few weeks later.
This time I was a little less panicked and used Mite Shield alone to try to fix the problem. To my delight and surprise the mites disappeared within two days and did not return for the duration of the growing season.
I use soil and follow organic methods to the letter in a relatively low tech setup. Based on my experience I would use mite shield again and recommend it to growers who want to maintain the integrity of their flowers and keep things chemical free.
Thanks very much for your feedback Mr. Wizard. We’re glad MiteShield’s magic worked for your spidermite problem. Enjoy the fruits of your labour.
Spider Mite Hygiene and Plant Stress
Spider mite control using MiteShield is simple and quick. It may happen if your plant is weakened somehow that it will need to be-reapplied after a number of weeks has passed. If this happens, make sure your plants have the adequate balance of nutrients and are not stressed in any way. Re-occurrence is a sign that the plant is stressed somehow. Since MiteShield works by building a plant’s resistance to the spider mite, if the plant is depleted or stressed somehow then re-infestation can occur.
Spider mite life cycle is one of exponential growth so it is essential to practice good hygine around your plants to prevent mites from gaining a foothold. Here’s some sensible advice about measures you can take to prevent an infestation from OrganicGardening.com.
FAQ: What is in MiteShield? What’s the active ingredient?Posted: February 4, 2013 Filed under: FAQ, MiteShield | Tags: formula, miteshield, organic spider mite control, preparation, Red Spider Mite, solution Leave a comment »
Ah, the burning question. Everyone who uses MiteShield wants to know what kind of preparation it could possibly be that rids their plants of spider mites, yet without toxicity and generally without the need to re-apply.
We would love to tell you more about it but until we legally protect the MiteShield formula this info must remain confidential for the moment. You can be sure, however that it is definitely organic and non-toxic.
“And on day two i have to say i am impressed, the borg seem to be dissapearing”Posted: February 1, 2013 Filed under: MiteShield, news, Testimonials | Tags: mite, miteshield, organic control, Red Spider Mite, red spider mites, spider mite, spidermite, testimonials Leave a comment »
Thanks to the Northamptonshire Cannabis Social Club for this ringing endorsement of MiteShield
I have just started using the sample bottle you sent me last year. And on day two i have to say i am impressed, the borg seem to be dissapearing.
So you can get back to enjoying the fruits of your labours without any toxic aftermath whatsoever. Thanks for your feedback.
Plants threatened by spider mites saved by MiteShieldPosted: September 26, 2012 Filed under: MiteShield, Spider Mites, Testimonials | Tags: mite, miteshield, organic control, Red Spider Mite, red spider mites, spider mite, spidermite, testimonials Leave a comment »
Today’s feedback comes from A. Groman who had a thorny issue with his plants.
I had an small infestation when I came across MiteShield, I quickly asked for some of their product, it was dispatched and arrived in a couple of days, I used it as directed in all my plant pots, and thankfully, the others didn’t have a problem at all!!, the infected plant continued to hatch the remaining eggs, but the little buggers never spread beyond a few at any time. Fantastic stuff!!
Mr. Groman reports that the single troubled plant had been stressed from being over-fertilised and had required a flushing. Plants in a weakened state may have fewer resources to fight mites, even if they’re able to. MiteShield works by activating the plants natural defences – but if the plant is knackered in the first place it’s capacity to defend is diminished. Nevertheless, a good result.
Get rid of spider mites organically with Miteshield – Siobhan’s storyPosted: September 25, 2012 Filed under: MiteShield, Spider Mite Control, Spider Mites, Testimonials | Tags: control, get rid of spider mites, get rid of spider mites organically, horticulture, hydroponics, hydroponics systems, infestation, mite infestation, organic, Red Spider Mite, removal, spider mite, spidermite Leave a comment »
Get rid of spider mites on your plants naturally, even when you think you have no time to spare, with MiteShield.
It is crucial, especially when you see one plant infestation and just know it’s likely to spread to get rid of spider mites quickly.
One MiteShield user, Siobhán, wrote back to us about her plants, which were infested with spider mites, with one plant in particular being the ‘typhoid mary’ of the group.
All our plants had mites, so when your sample arrived we applied it as per the instructions. It seemed like they totally disappeared the first day and nothing the 2nd day but the 3rd day i saw 3 alive only, then they died later on id say cuz I can’t find em any more!
The worst plant was not totally beyond saving and hasn’t deteriorated at all, the other ones are growing better immediately. thank you!
A quick result, thankfully – thanks for taking the time to contact us Siobhán – we’re delighted with your feedback 🙂
Get rid of spider mites naturally with MiteShield
If you find yourself in the same situation as Siobhán, with no time to lose to get rid of your spider mite infestation, you may reach for the sprays first to stop their spread.
Consider this, however – spraying may be interfering with the integrity of the flowers or herbs, which have their own subtle balance of volatile oils which you may not care to disrupt. Instead, Reach for MiteShield – prepare, water, wait for 3 days (usually) and watch them go away.
No need to go reaching for any toxic chemicals or spraying alcohol and volatile oils like Neem onto your plants. The sprays will effect the plant’s crop – especially if it’s being grown to be eaten or used medicinally.
Spider Mites cleared from cuttingsPosted: September 24, 2012 Filed under: MiteShield, Spider Mites, Testimonials | Tags: mite control, miteshield, organic, Red Spider Mite, spider mite Leave a comment »
Recent feedback from our MiteShield Facebook subscriber, Adam.
Hey Guys We dosed 8 Cuttings with mites and 2 adult plants without, The adult plants are Mite free still and as of 2 days ago the cuttings seem to be mite free now too! The cuts new leaves have no evidence of mites. They were dosed on the 11th sept as per instructions and seems to be doing the job. My friend has a particularly bad time with mites to it will be good test to see if any return. So all good so far! Let you know in a month or so with an update. Thanks again guys! adam.
Just received some feedback. 2 months since dosing cuttings and a month into flower still no sign of mites. Quite impressive considering this person had a consistently bad time with infestations. The basil I tried it on is now free of bugs. Good results so far miteshield. 🙂
Get rid of Thrips with MiteShield – a grower writes to usPosted: June 9, 2012 Filed under: Testimonials | Tags: mite, miteshield, organic control, Red Spider Mite, red spider mites, spider mite, spidermite, testimonials, thrips Leave a comment » We recently heard from a grateful hydro grower who used MiteShield for his problem with Thrips. He writes:
Was going to email last week, but thought I’d give it another week to make sure.
All I can say is amazing!!!!!! Miteshield has worked a dream, thrips are still there but not able to feed, or if they are the roots are outgrowing them.
Applied the following way,
- Mixed as per instruction
- Applied to res. (not sure if this is relevant but I leave the tap water to stand for 24 hours before using it to allow the chlorine a chance to evaporate).
- *shield left in res for 12 hours
- Opened res and applied a fish tank UV light to the solution for 3 hours
Can I get some more Miteshield, say 50ml or so?
Of course you can! Thanks for writing.