Earwigs Control System
They are a serious garden pest. They like to feed on flowers, fruits, trees, plants and other insects. They are nocturnal and during the day will hide in dark areas, under vegetation, mulch and stones. They are often called “Pincher Bugs.”
Frequently Asked Questions
Earwigs are insects known for their distinctive pincers. They play an important role in the ecosystem by consuming dead plant material and insects, helping with decomposition and soil health. However, they can also feed on living plants and can become a nuisance if they invade your home or garden in large numbers. Our company offers effective solutions for managing earwig populations while maintaining eco-friendly practices.
While earwigs may appear menacing due to their pincers, they’re not generally harmful to humans. They don’t spread diseases and their pincers aren’t strong enough to cause more than a minor pinch. However, in large numbers, they can cause damage to plants and crops. Additionally, an infestation inside your home can be distressing. If you’re dealing with an earwig problem, our company is ready to help with safe and effective treatments.
Despite their name and an enduring myth, earwigs do not typically crawl into people’s ears. The name “earwig” comes from an old English word that means “ear creature,” likely because of the insect’s shape, not its behavior. These insects prefer dark, damp environments such as under rocks or in mulch. If you’re experiencing an issue with earwigs, our company can provide expert advice and effective treatment options.