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Clover mites are in the arachnid family and are closely related to ticks and spiders. It’s likely you have mites all over your San Antonio area property and don’t even know it. They are common in the spring and fall months but lay dormant through the summer and winter months. They can be a nuisance during the seasons they are active and are known to invade homes and other structures during this time. Clover mites feed on the juices of plants commonly found in your lawn, grass, and clovers but do very little damage as they feed.

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