- Fri Feb 03, 2023 8:05 pm
@Barlapipas 6, Could the webs on it be ancient cobwebs? Because I noticed that there was still a spider's web on the flycatcher that I had immersed in the water and taken out. And these were definitely old. Also, if I understood correctly, your plant is in the outdoor environment and during the dormancy period. I am sure that even just cold weather will kill spider mites. Because I've seen that recently. But if the mites have adapted to the environment or if they are still alive despite immersion in so much water, my advice to you is to remove your plant from the soil and immerse it in the water again. Because the only thing that comes to my mind is the formation of air bubbles in the soil and the fact that the mites survive using them. So maybe it will help to remove it from the soil and immerse it in water. An average of 3-5 days will be enough. After removing it from the water, it will be an additional measure to wash it with water cannon once a day for 3 days before planting it in its new soil. After all these procedures, it would be most logical to plant it on a new soil and wake it up with artificial light.I want to point out that there is absolutely no guarantee of the methods I have mentioned. Maybe they'll work, maybe they'll not work. That's why you may want to listen to the opinions of people who are more knowledgeable and more experienced in this subject first. I hope you will get rid of these monsters as soon as possible.