Grape leaf blister mite

Grape leaf blister mite is 0.2mm long, white or creamy and worm-like with two pairs of legs at the anterior end of the body.  Blister mites feed on the under-surface of leaves and cause very obvious blisters on the upper surface of leaves and white or brown hairy growths with the raised blisters on the lower surface of leaves.


How to control Grape leaf blister mite

Wettable Sulphur

Wettable Sulphur 2kg Packshot

Wettable Sulphur is a preventative fungicide and miticide and is for the control of certain fungal diseases in grape vines, pome… Read More

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