Help! We have HORDES of earwigs around here. They love the dry climate and sandy soil. They're eating and spoiling a big portion of my precious apricot crop. I tried putting thick, double sided tape around the tree trunk and limbs to trap them, but the buggers just skittle right over it. The chickens are loose every day and eat their fill, but don't seem to put much of a dent in the population (and, besides, the damn things are out at night as well as in the day). Anybody have any strategies they've employed successfully to keep earwigs off of their fruit trees?