Deanna, do you mean spider mites? If so, your two least-invasive solutions would be to use an insecticidal soap or to acquire some predatory mites. See this from the University of Florida extension service:
Thank you Doug... will take a look
We have an aquaponics system so not sure if this will work, but willing to try anything.
You could try hedge apples, also known as an osage orange which are known to ward off spiders. They are probably out of season by now, but you can look around online. Perhaps they can help for next year if nothing else. I used hedge apples in my house this fall, and the spiders were scarce after that. Good luck