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Cyclamen Mites are minute mites, which look like a film of dust on the underside of leaves. These pests will flourish in humid conditions.
Infested houseplants are stunted, have curled leaf edges, twisted stems and withered flower buds.
Cyclamen Mites are especially common in Cyclamen, Pelargonium and Saintpaulia.
Cyclamen Mites are difficult to control therefore suppression is the best option of dealing with them.
1.Remove and destroy the infested plant parts to prevent further spread.
2.Spray the houseplant with a solution of 4 parts water to 1 part rubbing alcohol. Ensure you thoroughly cover all the affected parts with the solution. Repeat every 7 days as necessary.
It can also be treated with an insecticidal soap or neem oil both of which are safe to use indoors.
3.You can also spray the houseplant with a broad-spectrum miticide as per the manufacturer's recommendations.