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Susi starts with ...
Does anyone know how to get rid of earwigs in an organi orchard please
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18th January 2008 5:13pm
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John says...
you carnt get rid of them without poisioning all your land. The idea is to reduce there numbers by trapping them at night hen dis posing of them in the morning. Its as simple as spreading your newspaper around the garden in the evening. they crawl in at night. you throw it away in the morning full of earwigs.
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19th January 2008 12:26pm
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Susi says...
Thanks John. We have a infestation of red back spiders and have been told that they follow the earwigs. They use biflex bifenthrin permethrin delta miethrin and I understand these are organic. Do you know much about this. I really want to keep the orchard organic and also any weed suggestions would be gratefully received Regards Susi
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John says...
I have redbacks everywhere, they dont bother us, only the whitetails. Sorry, I know the products, buct am very bad with names but there are many out there in the shops. Just go to the bigger garden specialists.
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Susi says...
Thanks for your help regards Susi
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