Mites, two-spotted spider

Pests Biological Control Biocontrol Comments
Mites, two-spotted spider Amblyseius andersoni Predatory mite for various mite species as preventative or low populations. Gently roll bottle to mix. Distribute onto leaves. Monitor plants for two-spotted spider mites.
Mites, two-spotted spider Amblyseius californicus Predatory mite for various mite species. Gently roll bottle to mix. Distribute onto leaves. Monitor plants for two-spotted spider mites.
Mites, two-spotted spider Feltiella acarisuga Predatory gall midge for two-spotted spider mites. Adults fly easily throughout the greenhouse to deposit eggs near spider mites. Release near hot spots out of direct sunlight. Follow directions by distributor for release. Leave open container on bench for one week and let them emerge. Spider mites shrivel up and become brown or black. White cocoons are clearly visible along the veins of the leaf. Also able to forage on hairy leaves of tomato plants. Monitor plants for two-spotted spider mites.
Mites, two-spotted spider Mesoseiulus longipes Predatory mite for two-spotted spider mites. Gently roll bottle to mix. Distribute onto leaves. Monitor plants for two-spotted spider mites.
Mites, two-spotted spider Neoseiulus cucumeris Neoseiulus cucumeris is also known as Amblyseius cucumeris. Predatory mites for various mite species. Also eats thrips (eggs and young larvae), honeydew and pollen. Gently roll bottle to mix. Distribute onto leaves or hang sachets. Monitor plants for two-spotted spider mites.
Mites, two-spotted spider Phytoseiulus persimilis Predatory mite used for two spotted spider mites. Gently roll bottle to mix. Distribute onto leaves. Dead spider mites are shriveled and dark in color. Monitor plants for two-spotted spider mites.