Grasshoppers, Mole Crickets & Mormon Crickets
Over 20,000 species of grasshoppers have been identified around the world, and over 1,000 exist in the United States. Many species of grasshoppers are general herbivores feeding on a variety of plants, but some species only like grasses. Some species of grasshopper can occur in very large numbers and cause serious crop or pasture damage. Grasshoppers are around in the spring and summer, but are most noticeable in the autumn. Natural predators of grasshoppers include birds, lizards, mantids, spiders, and rodents.
To Control:Semaspore and Nolo Bait contain the #1 organic solution for grasshopper & cricket control – Nosema locustae. This product will not harm humans, pets or the environment.
To Discourage: Garlic Barrier's formula discourages grasshoppers and mole crickets from the garden, crop or pasture.