Crickets are omnivores (vegetation and meat eaters) and scavengers feeding on organic materials, as well as decaying plant material, fungi, and some seedling plants. Still, I have never had or heard of people having lawn problems because of crickets.
Yes. Crickets eat a large amount of grass as it is one of the main things they tend to feed on.
yes! as long as they are dandelion leaves, my brothers crickets love them!
they eat crickets grass leaves and little insects
Crickets don't eat any animals,they only eat leaves , fruit or anything that they can eat.
yes,crickets do eat berries.
most crickets eat grass
The types of crickets that eat grass are field crickets and house crickets. Crickets also eat leafy vegetables, small insects, and fungi.
i just got two peepers and they eat fruit flies (if you have fruit flies they will get rid of them) leaves,small crickets and ants
when you buy crickets (to feed to tarantulas, for example) they come in paper and no other sign of food. so maybe crickets eat paper.
Camel Crickets eat anything organic.
i heard that crickets will eat lady bugs
Most crickets eat spiders. If the spider is big than no. The common crickets only eat small spiders.
yes they do eat crickets but only small ones
yes crickets eat anything that's sweet