Sure doesn't seem like it, does it? I've even found a few pods with holes in them, but no culprit, so I'm hoping the spiders did something beneficial with all the killing they've done in there. I haven't done the math lately, but I'm pretty sure I have more predatory species than pests though.
I culled over a hundred aphid 'wingers' at the window yesterday, and saw over a dozen each of Orius and Aphidius.. Some of my plants still like hell, but others don't seem bothered at all.
Today ends the reign of the aphids though.. The fresh Harmonia beetles have already been at them hard, and I'll be adding about 150 more Convergent beetles to the mix today.
I haven't pulled that Nettle out yet, but I'd be willing to bet there isn't even a spider mite egg left on it now.