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cricket control bug central


[column width=”2/3″ place=”last” ] Crickets occasionally invade homes and become a pest by their presence alone. Homeowners complain of their monotonous chirping which can be very annoying especially at night when you are trying to get some sleep. When indoors, some crickets can feed on a wide variety of fabrics, foods and paper products. Cotton, linen, wool, rayon, nylon, silk and furs are susceptible, along with soiled fabrics, sizing from wallpaper, glue from book bindings, fruits, vegetables, meat and even other crickets. An occasional cricket or two in the home usually presents no serious problem, however, large populations may congregate around lights at night, making for an unattractive display.[/column]