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  1. eggyknap
    August 17, 2011

    We in central Utah, USA, get earwigs all over during the summer, especially coming into the house at sunset. We spray around the doors with slightly diluted white vinegar, nightly, to prevent it, and it seems to work fairly well. The vinegar would probably bother the bees as much as it does the earwigs, so perhaps that’s no help.

  2. Chelsea
    August 19, 2011

    I’ve been seeing a ton of earwigs lately too, right on top of the inner cover. I always figured they were fairly harmless; I didn’t know that some of them eat larvae! The wasps are hanging around more lately too…

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