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What Chemicals are Harmless to Predatory Mites?

Predatory Mites

All active ingredients listed as compatible should have no detrimental interaction with the predatory mite listed in the "Compatible with" section. If the predatory mite is not in the "compatible with" section, then the chemical will hurt them, they should not be applied at the same time as the predatory mite (wait at least 2 weeks before releasing them). Those designated as "wait two weeks before" should not be applied at the same time as our predatory mites.

There are many products with different trade names. Please refer to "Active Ingredients" on the label of the product to find the chemical name.

Note: ****If the active ingredient is not listed below, please contact us or a leave a comment below and we will be happy to assist you!****

Compatible:

S- Swirskii          A- Andersoni     Cali- Californicus  

C- Cucumeris     P- Persimilis     H- Hypoaspis Miles

Active ingredient: Safe to use with (Predatory Mite) Active Ingredient: Safe to use with (Predatory Mite)
Acequinocyl S, A, Cali, C, P, H Lufenuron Cali, C, S
Azadirachtin Cali, C, H Malathion H
Azoxystrobin S, A, Cali, C, P, H Metalaxyl H
Benomyl H Metiram H
Benzoximate Cali, C Phosmet Cali
Bifenazate Cali, C, H Primicarb Cali, S, H
Bitertanol Cali, S, A, C, P, H Pymetrozine Cali, C, S, A
Bupirimate Cali, C, S, H Spinosad Cali, H
Carbendazim H Tebufenpyrad H, Cali
Chlorothalonil Cali, H, P Triazamate Cali, c
Cyromazine Cali, C, H Tridemorph Cali, C, S, A, P, H
Dichlofluanid Cali, H, P Trifloxystrobin Cali, C, A, S, P, H
Dimethoate H Triflumizole Cali, C, A S, P, H
Fenarimol S, A, Cali, C, P, H Triforine H
Kinoprene Cali, C, H Vamidothion H

 

Wait at least two weeks before using Predatory Mites:

S- Swirskii          A- Andersoni     Cali- Californicus  

C- Cucumeris     P- Persimilis     H- Hypoaspis Miles

Active ingredient: Predatory Mite Active ingredient:
Predatory Mite
Abamectin S, A, Cali, C, P, H neem oil S, A, Cali, C, P, H
Acephate S, A, Cali, C, P, H oxamyl S, A, Cali, C, P, H
Acetamiprid S, A, Cali, C, P, H parathion S, A, Cali, C, P, H
Acrinathrin S, A, Cali, C, P, H permethrin S, A, Cali, C, P, H
Amitraz S, A, Cali, C, P, H Tetrachlovinphos S, A, Cali, C, P, H
Azocyclotin S, A, Cali, C, P, H Thiamethoxam S, A, Cali, C, P, H
Bendiocarb S, A, Cali, C, P, H Triazophos S, A, Cali, C, P, H
Bifentrin S, A, Cali, C, P, H resmethrin S, A, Cali, C, P, H
Bromophos-methyl S, A, Cali, C, P, H Retenone S, A, Cali, C, P, H
Bromopropylate S, A, Cali, C, P, H Imidacloprid S, A, Cali, C, P, H
Carbaryl S, A, Cali, C, P, H Endosulfan S, A, Cali, C, P, H
Chlorfenapyr S, A, Cali, C, P, H Deltamethrin S, A, Cali, C, P, H
Cynomazine P +MORE

 

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  • Omer Cheema on

    Is it ok to use Castille soap on predatory mites?

  • Caroline on

    Hello! I use Bonide systemic granules to control for pests but I know it does not target spider mites. Is there a natures good guy that can be used with Bonide to control for spider mites?

  • Ronna on
    In The Shower Washing the Leaves, Stem And trunk with a cloth and rinsing really well do you think I could avoid waiting another week? Thanks!
  • Ronna on

    Can A. Cucumeris be kept in the refrigerator to prolong them?

  • John on

    I’m planning on buying the Special Blend predatory mites, and possibly Green Lacewings. I have been using Safer’s Soap on spider mites on tomato plants, and plan on spraying with dissolved aspirin to try to control blight. Are there any precautions I should observe?

    Also, there could be Safer Soap residue on spider mite eggs and on the dead spider mites. Any problem with this?



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