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I have an invasion of spiders in my sorrell (hibiscus family) plant. How do I control them?

I use the petals of the flower to make a drink, so I do not want to use a commercial insecticide.


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#1 Comment By BushDoctor On 09/23/2019 @ 11:29 am

Keeping spiders away, usually, consists of physically removing their webs, food source, and hiding spots. Keep in mind, removing spiders will mean that you will need to have a backup source of insect control ready to take over the job that the spiders are doing.

This article will help you to remove spiders: [1]

This article will help you with organic insect pest control in place of the spiders: [2]


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