Spider mites are common pests in most landscapes, and tend to feed on just about any plant imaginable. They aren’t insects, but are actually closely related to ticks and spiders; however, they feed on plant chlorophyll (the green stuff in leaves). Spider mites are very small, usually only about the size of a period at the end of a sentence. They can multiply very quickly and can overwhelm a plant in just a few days!
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