Written by Maggie
Dec 10 2020
If Spider occurs on Cyclamen Persicum Mill, the leaves can be wiped with soapy water or vinegar mixed with water in the early stage, and the leaves need to be pruned in the later stage when there are a large number of them, and chemical agents such as diformamidine, abamectin, acaridazole, ethoxazole and Acaricas should be used alternately. After spraying, move Cyclamen Persicum Mill to a warm and ventilated place, and then use antimicrobial agents for prevention.
Red Spider mite is a common insect of Cyclamen Persicum Mill. It will attach to the back of delicate leaves and feed on the nutrients and juice of the leaves, thus affecting the growth of Cyclamen Persicum Mill. In the early insect less circumstances, we can use soapy water or add water vinegar to wipe the leaves. If the amount is large, it is necessary to spray cyclamen persicum mill regularly with a high-efficiency and low-toxicity insecticide, which can effectively eliminate insects.
If the amount of Red spider is large, we can commonly use double amidine, abamectin, mite risk, ethyl acazole and acaroid and other chemical agents, spray once every the average 7 days to 10 days or so, and continuously spray 3 times to 4 times. Do not only use only one drug, to be used alternately. Spray the leaves, stems and soil of the Cyclamen persicum Mill and remove it to a cool, well-ventilated place for curing.
Red spider mites, also known as mites, often attack plants in spring and summer, feeding on Cyclamen Persicum Mill nutrients, breeding a large number of eggs and spreading germs, which are extremely harmful to the growth of Cyclamen Persicum Mill.Before spraying Cyclamen Persicum Mill, trim away leaves that have been heavily chewed by pests, and replace the soil if the pests are more severe. After spraying, you need to move Cyclamen Persicum Mill to a warm, ventilated location.