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I have a spider mite infestation from my hydrangea and I don't know if you can spray carnivorous plants down with soapy water like you do for ohter plants. I don't like to do the unnatural way, (hippy parents) but I'll do what it takes. Anyone know anythin' about it?
i think i have herd before you can put the whole plant under water for like a day or two as sometimes happens in the wild.. durring this the pests will die... someone please post if they have herd/tried this...
Yes it works ( i have done it b4 ).
Just put in a bowl of distilled water....keep away from the other plants, and leave it submerged for 2 days.