I'm a new grower about to start my first grow. And I've read horror stories about spider mites. So, how does one prevent spider mites from infesting an indoor grow room? Are there any non-poisonous spray-on products that would do the trick without harming the plants? Is there a certain grow room temperature that will deter spider mites, while also allowing plants to thrive? If it matters, my grow room is an upstairs bedroom closet. The bedroom is carpeted, and I have 2 small dogs running around up there all the time. But the closet itself is off limits to the dogs, and the closet has no carpeting. On an aside note, if spider mites are so bad for plants, then how does anyone do an outside grow with success? It seems like there would be no way to prevent or even control spider mite damage on an outside grow.