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Orcon MI-C2000 Live Adult Predatory Mites, 2,000 Count

by Orcon

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  • Predatory Mites That Kills Red Spiders and Two Spotted Mites
  • Contains 2000 Live Adults
  • Best used at first sign of infestation
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Orcon MI-C2000 Live Adult Predatory Mites, 2,000 Count + Orcon LB-C1500 Live Ladybugs, Approximately 1,500 Count
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  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B0050QK6OO
  • Item model number: MI-C2000
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #108,239 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here


Product Description

Predatory mites are adult mites that seek out and kill pest mites, particularly the common spider mite. They are shipped live, ready to seek and destroy pest populations. Control pests without the use of chemical pesticides and their harmful side effects and residue. Best used at the first sign of an infestation, you only need two-to-five adults per plant, or 500-to-2000 per tree. Each container includes 2,000 live adults. Restricted state: Hawaii

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Customer Reviews

IMO dont waste your time or money.
ThePoliceStoleMyStash
They did not eat the spider mites I was trying to get rid of.... Still have the same problem!
Shirley Hart
Long story short - 30 days later, I still have spider mites.
S. Kimpel

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Paula Wood on February 9, 2013
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I have a spider mite infestation in my indoor garden, and since the plants produce for human consumption I didn't want to use chemicals. I was excited to find out about predatory mites, and I figured I could trust Amazon Prime to not screw up or delay the shipment, despite other users having shipping problems. I ordered the Orcon mites on Sunday evening, which should have meant arrival on Wednesday, but they didn't arrive until Thursday, so, strike one already.

I read the directions, and they said the box should have contained a "cold pack," which it didn't. Strike two. The box had been sitting out on the porch all day, but the temps have been in the 40s so I went ahead with the procedure, which said to apply them on the day of receiving them. I warmed them to room temp, and then made little paper cones to hold the mite/vermiculite mix, which I attached to the stem of the plants right below the lowest branch.

The directions said to spread them out on a white piece of paper under bright light in order to see them better, and specified that the predatory mites could be seen with normal vision. I saw nothing moving, not with unaided vision, nor with a magnifying glass. I used my 60x - 100x microscope (set on 60x), and I saw mites, but they were all dead. Some of them were locked into balls of dead mites, in what looked like the remains of battles to the death.

Well, the directions also say "Since they attack each other, do not wait long to release them," so I guess with the shipping delayed by at least a day, and because there was no cold pack, they woke up and ate each other. Strike three!!!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By MrLzyBones on July 22, 2013
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The thing is with this product DO NOT ORDER from Amazon as the supplier. If you look to the right of your screen under where you add it to your cart should be other choices for supplier through the Amazon website.

Bug Sales shipped it Priority Overnight Fed Ex and the ice pack was still hard !!! The box was larger then a shoe box with a Styrofoam box inside and inside was a ice pack under that was a piece of foam rubber with some straw and the bottle with the mites in it then more straw and another piece of foam.

ORDER FROM BUG SALES !!!!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By ThePoliceStoleMyStash on September 2, 2011
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Package was shipped shortly after ordering and got lost in the UPS black hole (UPS didn't even recognize the tracking number, so not sure if it was just sitting at the seller or what). Contacted amazon (after 10 day wait) and received full refund (Thanks Amazon)! Now more than 2 weeks after it supposedly shipped I receive the package and a very warm what was once an ice pack. I opened the bottle and looked over the contents with a 200x microscope and I could not find one mite! They are said to be cannibalistic so maybe there was one left in there but I couldn't find any and even if it was in there the 15 day trip surly killed it. I would expect to find at least one of the 2000 mites I ordered. IMO dont waste your time or money.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Happy Or Unhappy on December 17, 2012
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Showed up dead. Michigan has a problem I guess. Once they reach the colder climate they die...ordered twice. Dead both times.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D. R. Gendreau on April 26, 2014
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All the bad reviews are because they did not order them from bug sales. Mine came overnight with a cold pack to keep them inactive (I ordered lady bugs and they appreciated the cool ride too!) First of all I am not sure how they are counting these guys, I am positive they send extras for death loss. There seemed to be way more than 2000 mites. I released them over two days as they came in two vials. My spider mite problem was ridiculous and out of hand. These little guys made my plants look better the very next day. I had an additional problem of dirt flies (I'm not sure exactly what they are called) but they lay eggs in the dirt and they are almost impossible to get rid of. THEY ARE GONE TOO.
Here is the bad news. I left the second vial in my eagerness to set the first ones out sitting on the counter instead of putting it back in my wine cooler (55 degrees) I found this out the next day when I got home from work I was totally bummed. I looked in the vial and I saw NOTHING moving. I opened it up and saw like 10 in the cap (not the 100s like the day before) Well what they heck I figured I would release the few and see what happens. I pour the contents on my tomatoes, peppers and tropicals I have that I had not treated yet and looked about an hour later, I see a couple and figure oh well thats good. The next day I see hundreds and hundreds of these guys crawling all over the soil and the rim of the planter. I think they found a good source of food with the fly eggs and where concentrating their efforts there. I think they reproduce quickly but I think more lively they where alive in the vial and just didn't act like it.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By steve on February 8, 2012
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IF there was a no star it would be a no star. Don't try this item been waiting 8 day paid for next day shipping. Where in the $@ll is my item. Everybody said not to buy for this company. Buying bugs getting bugged, and bugged. Got the point find another way. Buy organocide it the stuff that works good.
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