Carmen from Abilene, Tx writes
We are in a cricket mating season in Abilene, TX. Our building is old and without a lot of proper sealing from the bottom. I need to control the crickets in my warehouse; they are getting into my parts boxes and all over my warehouse. The expected time for them is expected to last a month. I realize that I will be unable to control them completely with the conditions that I am in, but I need something to bring their population down to a manageable level.
We would recommend using a bait to control crickets. Niban Granular Bait is a moisture-resistant bait that can be used indoors and outdoors to control ants, silverfish, roaches, crickets and more. Niban's weatherized granules don't degrade from heat or sunlight and will last through four inches of rain. Niban is the one bait that will continue to work because Niban has no known resistance and is virtually odorless. Niban kills the microoganisms in the insect's stomach and blocks enzyme production causing starvation. And since it affects none of the insect's major systems, they can't develop resistance. Niban comes in a convenient 4 lb. shaker container with a comfort grip handle for easy application. Niban Granular Insect Bait should be applied near cricket activity or in a 2-4 foot band around the perimeter of the warehouse.
Answer last updated on: 09/22/2015