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Get rid of earwigs in the garden!  8oz water + 2T baking soda in a spray bottle.  Shake.  Add 1T dish soap and go get em!

Get rid of earwigs in the garden! 8oz water + 2T baking soda in a spray bottle. Shake. Add 1T dish soap and go get em!

...Earwigs are also notorious for eating holes in buds and blooms of Clematis while leaving the foliage alone. Control earwigs...

...Earwigs are also notorious for eating holes in buds and blooms of Clematis while leaving the foliage alone. Control earwigs...

How to Make Earwig Control at Home | eHow

How to Make Earwig Control at Home

Learn how to control earwigs naturally — without resorting to toxic sprays!

How to Get Rid of Earwigs

Learn how to control earwigs naturally — without resorting to toxic sprays!

Good for earwig control around dahlias. Sluggo® Plus, 1-lb box

Sluggo® Plus, 1 lb

Good for earwig control around dahlias. Sluggo® Plus, 1-lb box

Primarily night feeders, the common earwig (Forficula auricularia) is considered…

How to Get Rid of Earwigs

How to Get Rid of Earwigs | Planet Natural

How to Get Rid of Earwigs

Place damp, rolled up newspapers or small cardboard boxes (like a cereal box) in the garden area in the evening. Earwigs feed at night and look for a damp, sheltered spot to spend the day. You can pick up quite a few in the newspaper the next morning. My Cooperative Extension office recommends baiting these traps with oatmeal or bran, but I haven’t found it necessary.

Are Earwigs Garden Pests?

Place damp, rolled up newspapers or small cardboard boxes (like a cereal box) in the garden area in the evening. Earwigs feed at night and look for a damp, sheltered spot to spend the day. You can pick up quite a few in the newspaper the next morning. My Cooperative Extension office recommends baiting these traps with oatmeal or bran, but I haven’t found it necessary.

Earwig Trap, I finally found an easy, cheap, natural way of getting rid of the pesky earwigs that have been eating all my flowers & veggies.  Use a low-sided can, such as tuna fish can and fill 1/3 full of vegetable oil. Place the can where the earwigs are a problem. The oil attracts them and it doesn't allow them to crawl back out and they drowned.  Give it a few days and you'll be amazed at how many dead earwigs are in the can. It's better than using chemicals!

Earwig Trap, I finally found an easy, cheap, natural way of getting rid of the pesky earwigs that have been eating all my flowers & veggies. Use a low-sided can, such as tuna fish can and fill 1/3 full of vegetable oil. Place the can where the earwigs are a problem. The oil attracts them and it doesn't allow them to crawl back out and they drowned. Give it a few days and you'll be amazed at how many dead earwigs are in the can. It's better than using chemicals!

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