How to Make a Homemade Earwig Trap - Tutorial for a quick and easy homemade earwig trap made with oil and soy sauce to protect your garden.

How to Make a Homemade Earwig Trap

How to Make a Homemade Earwig Trap - Tutorial for a quick and easy homemade earwig trap made with oil and soy sauce to protect your garden.

Get rid of earwigs in the garden!  8oz water + 2T baking soda in a spray bottle.  Shake.  Add 1T dish soap and go get em!

Get rid of earwigs in the garden! 8oz water + 2T baking soda in a spray bottle. Shake. Add 1T dish soap and go get em!

We show you how to protect your garden from annoying pests. There are many simple ways to prevent little animals and bugs from ruining your harvest.

Uprooting Garden Pests

We show you how to protect your garden from annoying pests. There are many simple ways to prevent little animals and bugs from ruining your harvest.

Our tips for today help to banish and repel Earwigs. Harmless to humans but big trouble for plants, they can be a real pain if they get indoors. They always seem to find your favourite plant don't they! Learn how to control them the natural way :)

Our tips for today help to banish and repel Earwigs. Harmless to humans but big trouble for plants, they can be a real pain if they get indoors. They always seem to find your favourite plant don't they! Learn how to control them the natural way :)

How to trap and kill earwigs   1-mix water, sugar and cooking oil. 2-put holes in can, put a lid 3-put where earwigs are attracted  Voila!  Trap em!

How to trap and kill earwigs 1-mix water, sugar and cooking oil. 2-put holes in can, put a lid 3-put where earwigs are attracted Voila! Trap em!

How to get rid of pesky earwigs and slugs with beer or pop.  I plan to try this in summer 2013.

How To Get Rid Of Slugs and Earwigs With Beer

How to get rid of pesky earwigs and slugs with beer or pop. I plan to try this in summer 2013.

Natural Methods for Getting Rid of Earwigs

Natural Methods for Getting Rid of Earwigs

Earwigs, also called pincher bugs, are small reddish-brown insects. They have a set of pincers at their rear end to use for defense. Earwigs are scavengers that feed on organic.

How to Make a Homemade Earwig Trap - Tutorial for a quick and easy homemade earwig trap made with oil and soy sauce to protect your garden.

How to Make a Homemade Earwig Trap

How to Make a Homemade Earwig Trap - Tutorial for a quick and easy homemade earwig trap made with oil and soy sauce to protect your garden.

Awesome gardening hacks that really work! Tips for tomatoes, bugs, watering and keeping plants warm in cooler weather. Tried & true, these gardening tips are worth giving a try! :: DontWastetheCrumbs.com

5 Clever Gardening Tips for the Beginner Gardener

Awesome gardening hacks that really work! Tips for tomatoes, bugs, watering and keeping plants warm in cooler weather. Tried & true, these gardening tips are worth giving a try! :: DontWastetheCrumbs.com

These 9 Plants Totally CUTE and effective! I love having multi-purpose plants around my home!

9 Pest Fighting Plants That'll Save You This Summer

These 9 Plants Totally CUTE and effective! I love having multi-purpose plants around my home!

Kill pincher bugs/earwigs   Cooking oil (drowns them). , syrup (I used maple, it attracts them), soy sauce ( salt kills them). Put in a lid or bowl set it in ground to disguise or where ever you have the issue.

Kill pincher bugs/earwigs Cooking oil (drowns them). , syrup (I used maple, it attracts them), soy sauce ( salt kills them). Put in a lid or bowl set it in ground to disguise or where ever you have the issue.

Earwig Trap, I finally found an easy, cheap, natural way of getting rid of the pesky earwigs that have been eating all my flowers & veggies.  Use a low-sided can, such as tuna fish can and fill 1/3 full of vegetable oil. Place the can where the earwigs are a problem. The oil attracts them and it doesn't allow them to crawl back out and they drowned.  Give it a few days and you'll be amazed at how many dead earwigs are in the can. It's better than using chemicals!

Earwig Trap, I finally found an easy, cheap, natural way of getting rid of the pesky earwigs that have been eating all my flowers & veggies. Use a low-sided can, such as tuna fish can and fill 1/3 full of vegetable oil. Place the can where the earwigs are a problem. The oil attracts them and it doesn't allow them to crawl back out and they drowned. Give it a few days and you'll be amazed at how many dead earwigs are in the can. It's better than using chemicals!

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