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Old 07-15-03, 09:16 AM   #6 (permalink)
Wuntu Menny
Join Date: Apr-2002
Location: Calgary, AB
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Yep, SC has the right idea. I use a product that goes by several names, but I refer to it as Tanglefoot. Its an organic gum adhesive used to stop larval stage insects from climbing your trees to pupate etc.

Just paint it onto a piece of paper or tape and place it in areas where the cricket traffic is high. It has no odor and the bugs are stopped dead in their tracks, so to speak. It even works well as a mite barrier if the need arises.

Check it out,
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