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Earwigs Comments
EARWIGS: Control Dust surface of composts with lindane dust, or use lindane smoke; trapping is effective, use match boxes with litter inside; use orange peel halves containing grass or hay; use pots reversed on the bench; best is to get a nest of wrens in your greenhouse. OR78-176 0
EARWIGS: Harmful to Orchids Are of minor importance and can be controlled with normal insecticide sprays. A87-33 0

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