Mole cricket. How to struggle

(a large burrowing nocturnal cricket with broad forelegs, the female of which lays her eggs in an underground nest and guards the young. ● Family Gryllotalpidae, subfamily Gryllotalpinae: several genera)

       The adult insect (length to 50mm, brown colour, with forward feet in the form of a shovel with teeth) very much reminds a crayfish.
       Mole crickets are found more often on well humidified soils, near the rivers, ponds, in damp places. Mole cricket and its larvae dig passages in soil and damage roots, stalks of plants, tubers, root crops and seeds of cabbage, carrots, a cucumber, a beet, a tomato, an eggplant. Larvae of the insect are very similar to an adult insect, only have no wings.
       Larvae of Mole cricket and adult Mole cricket winter in soil or manure. Mole cricket blow eggs (Approximately on 400 pieces) in earthen caves.
       If to dig out in the autumn superficial (40sm) holes and to fill them with horse manure Mole cricket willingly gets into them on wintering. In the winter these holes dig out, and destroy insects. Careful late-autumn dig over a site promotes to exterminate of the insect.