I really need some advice about controlling or repelling Armadillidium- 'rollypollies, AKA Pill Bugs, AKA wood lice. (They are actually crustaceans, breathe thru gills, the whole bit...) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woodlouse This year there was a lot of flooding and they are everywhere. People doubt, because they are kinda cute, that they can harm anything except 'decaying wood' ; but they are munching off (while living in) the flowers of my pumpkins, my rhubarb looks like something took a shotgun to it, and I've caught them bobbiting the tomato and bean plants. Those lil round marks right at the top by the stem of tomatoes? Pill bugs. They aren't insects, so I'm not having luck with mild repellents and soaps. So far my garden has never needed the heavy Sevin type products -its been chemical free while I've had it. Advice?