How It Works
Spider mites destroy plant cells by sucking out their contents and SNS-217™'s unique formula works by providing a barrier which is harmless to the plant, but fatal to the mites. The natural salts from fatty acids derived from Rosemary extracts disrupt the insect cell structure and permeability of its membranes. Cell contents then leak from damaged cells and the spider mites quickly die Some of the components of SNS-217™ are also absorbed by the plant and then suppress the life cycle of the mites. SNS-217™ Spider Mite Control kills the spider mite eggs as well by coating the eggs with a oily shield that disrupts the respiration to the egg; therefore no hatching will occur, they will just dry out. Our Product has been tested in our lab on delicate new growth, clones, tomatoes, roses and other plants.
SNS-217™ Spider Mite Control can be used on a wide variety of plants, vegetables, and even trees. When applying the product take caution not to spray any buds on the plant, in doing so this could result in burning the buds sprayed. SNS-217™ Spider Mite Control can be sprayed on fruits, vegetables, and plants varying from; apples, apricots, beets, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, cherries, chives, corn, cucumbers, peppers, tomatoes, parsley, fuchsia, roses, flowers, house-plants, etc.
Direction For Use
Shake well, adjust spray nozzle setting. Spray directly onto insects and infected areas until thoroughly covered. Spray as needed when insects are seen, most effective when used on a 7-14 day schedule. Spray to run off. Complete coverage of all plant tissue is necessary for control. Because it is made from natural ingredients you should shake the bottle before using and once in a while during use. Thoroughly wash all food areas and food materials contacted, with soap and water. Do not spray near heat or open flame. As with any natural oil based product Do Not Spray directly under Sunlight or Grow lights this could damage to the plant.
Rosemary Oil 2.0%
Other Ingredients, 98%
Water, Polyglyceryl Oleate, Lauric Acid