In the case of flowers, you’ll see the same red points and dark brown stains also will become apparent and some strange deformations of flowers just beginning to open the buttons. Bulbs and pseudobulbs of orchids will also show brown spots, red spots during the start of the attack. 3 What are the care that you need to prevent your orchids from the attack of the Red spiders? 1. Avoids that your orchids will remain full of dust. Dust inhabit the Red spiders that come to colonize them unless you can give neither account. Tries to keep the decoration of the interior space as clear as possible of dust. 2 Avoid excess heat in the interior space or garden that you are decorating.
Those moments are ideal for Red spiders are reproduced at high speed. 3. Avoid giving much nitrogen to your orchids. With this you make them palatable to red spiders. 4 Avoid your orchids to remain very near one of the others. The lack of aeration and light, promotes infection with red spiders. 4.
What could you to rid your orchids from an attack by Red spiders? (a) as a home method you could use Ivory SOAP, and with a sponge soaked in this SOAP boot red spiders your orchids, rubbing the sponge over the surface of the leaves or affected bulbs. Be careful not to use the same sponge in another plant, prevents spreading infection with this plague in your garden, nursery or interior space that you’re decorating with orchids. (b) applying insecticidal SOAP in the areas affected by these red spiders. Be careful to not apply it directly to flowers, can stain them. (c) applying any acaricide product sold in the store of gardening that is within your reach. Make sure that the product that you are going to buy this approved for use in orchids, otherwise run the danger of poisoning them. This has been my contribution in today, I hope deserves to be able to help your decor with orchids be permanently safe from these enemies a greeting, Patricia g. Ortega Webmaster from there you can find (ebooks, reports, and free articles on care, cultivation and spaces with Orchid decoration.