I don't dare even check mine. I am likely swimming in them.
I ordered it from the Carolina Biological Supply company. There is at least one sponsor on here that sells it (as noted above). I found that when I tried to make it myself, it wasn't as effective and didn't last as long as the real thing.Ed: Do you make your own mite paper? If so what spray do you use?
They'll kinda look like that brown "powder" there on the tops of your cultures, if you stare at them long enough you'll see them moving.So are mites that brown color or is that just the dead color? Just want to know what to look out for in my cultures.
No you can get white mites in the cultures. The white mites when they die and dry out look brown as well.So are mites that brown color or is that just the dead color? Just want to know what to look out for in my cultures.
If I remember correctly, it works for several month before you take it out and replace it with new paper. You can tell when a roll isn't doing the job anymore as it loses the odor.How long does the mite paper work? When do you replace it?