Category Archives: Earwigs

SUSPEND SC INSECTICIDE: 5 Ways To Use This Great Product

When you begin searching around for an ideal pest control solution, there are a number of important things to keep in mind. For starters, you’ll always want to gravitate towards solutions that have multiple uses. Remember that just because you’re battling a spider infestation today doesn’t mean that the next problem you face will be […]

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Ah! With stocking hanging over the fireplace where the chestnuts are roasting and a tree decorated with ornaments and topped with a glittering star, you can real feel the holiday cheer. The house is warm and cozy with the familiar and welcoming scent of the evergreen in the living room and the cookies baking in […]

How to Use Cy-kick CS Insecticide

GENERAL INFORMATION Cy-Kick CS is a flowable microencapsulated concentrate containing 0.5 lb of cyfluthrin per gallon. It may be used on any surface which will not be damaged or stained by water. Heavy applications may leave a visible deposit. On some surfaces this deposit can be removed with a damp cloth or sponge. In situations […]

5 Steps to Effective Earwig Control

Earwigs, the legend goes, will crawl into people’s ears at night and burrow into their brains. Fortunately, that’s a myth (earwigs are actually relatively harmless to humans), but earwigs are pests nonetheless and earwig control is important. Earwigs are easily recognizable by their pincers at the ends of their abdomen. They are dark reddish-brown, with light brown legs, and are about 5/8 inch long. Here, learn 5 steps to effective earwig control.

Earwig Control for Your Home

Earwigs got their name when people erroneously thought these insects crawled into
people’s ears when they slept. Other than a light pinch, earwigs are harmless to
humans. These creatures scavenge for dead insects and rotting plants; they may also
chew on living plants. They are enemies with aphids and mites. If left alone, they can
become a big problem in a garden, eating their way through all the flowers, shrubs, and
vegetables. It’s important to begin earwig control early.

Earwigs and How to Control Them

Earwigs are generally a nuisance pest, and don’t cause much stir for homeowners. But last year, Houston saw an invasion of earwigs in previously unprecedented proportions due to an unusually hot summer. With an unusually warm winter, be prepared for a hotter summer. In this article, we discuss earwigs and what to do in case earwigs try to move indoors again.