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How To Control & Get Rid Of Crickets
CricketsCrickets aren’t necessarily on the top of the list for annoying pests, but there are certainly occasions where crickets can present a real problem both for homeowners and those caring for lawns and gardens. Luckily, your favorite pest control store has what you need to get rid of crickets.
Crickets are categorized into two main segments of the population:
1. House Cricket
2. Field CricketHouse crickets, as the name implies, are found inside homes and present a problem due to their incessant chirping which can easily become overwhelming. In addition, they are known to eat many substances such as paper and fabric which can damage property if left unchecked.
Field crickets on the other hand are found in lawns and gardens and present their own unique set of challenges for a homeowner. They can also invade houses and cause a nuisance, and if you’re wondering how to get rid of crickets in your house, we have the right products for you.
The main threat crickets pose is the fact that they feed on soft parts of plants, including grasses and any plants you might have in a garden. This can cause both aesthetic and structural damage to the plants, and any cricket problem should be dealt with quickly.
How to Get Rid of CricketsThe most effective means of controlling these pests is with cricket baits such as InTice or Niban. These products will kill crickets and will keep more from coming into the treated area.
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