1)Simple isopropyl alcohol can be mixed at a 1:9 ratio with regular water and applied with a garden sprayer. This will kill most mites on contact without harming the plant, but you definitely want to try to avoid spraying buds with alcohol if you can avoid it.
2)One of the most popular essential oils is Neem Oil. Though most won’t admit it, Neem Oil usually has a permanent place in a grower’s toolkit, and when used sparingly, can be a highly effective weapon when fighting mites. When this foul-smelling product is used incorrectly, you can ruin your plant or crop while trying to save it.
3)You’re heard the expression “fight fire with fire”, well one good way to deal with spider mites is to fight bugs with bugs.
There are many predatory insects that can be introduced to your grow environment that will ignore your prized pot plants and instead immediately go to work feasting on your 8-legged unwelcome guests.
Ladybugs are voracious mite murderers and a cannabis grower’s best friend for an all-natural pest solution. I’ve used Ladybugs with great success. These can be ordered online and reanimated. Praying mantis is another great predator to have hanging around, literally. Some work involved hatching the eggs and raising but fun. Ladybugs will drink honey water(pure unpasterized) for nutrition and drink water off a paper towel that’s been moistened. Hope this helps.