Bee Repellant

Bee Repellant


hi i'm tricia an organic gardener i groworganically for healthy and safe food supply. fora clean and sustainable environment. for an enjoyable and rewardingexperience. there's nothing like a wasp sting toruin an outdoor event. today i'm gonna besharing some tips on how to control


Bee Repellant, wasps, yellow jackets and hornets organically. social living wasps likehornets and yellow jackets are actually considered beneficial insects and that's because they're the predatorsof many pest worms and caterpillars.


social living wasps make annual coloniesonly the queens over winter and then in the early spring they starta new colony which then lives for one season before being killed by frost. if a waspnest is out of the way of people, pets and livestock. it'sbest just to let them be and then benefit from the pest controlthat they provide wasps are only a problem when they nest where people frequent. or later in theseason when they scavenge instead of hunt. youcan prevent wasps


from building nests inside yourstructures like inside your attic by caulking up any holes or openings thatthey could get in. you can also hang decoys like this waspinator and this will help prevent territorialwasps like paper wasps from nesting because they'll think thatthe area is already taken. in early spring be aware of waspsbuilding nests under eaves or entries or in holes inthe ground. if you see a lot of back and forth withwasps they're probably building a nest. you can control some small nests byyourself using products like this why


spray. it's labeled for wasps hornets yellowjackets and it can be used under the eaves are in holes in theground and its natural. it contains lemongrass oil, clove oil,rosemary oil, and geranium oil. to control a nest wait untilafter dark or early morning when most of the waspswill be in the nest and they'll be sluggish. when you'reready to spray the nest make sure you wear long sleeves longpants gloves and a veil if you can. check back in the morning tomake sure that the nest is gone.


repeat the process at 3-day intervals. at nighttime wearing protective gear youcan remove wasps nest by hand and then you can putthem in plastic bags, put them in the freezeror out in the sun so that the wasps will die. if the nestis large it's wise to call a professionalexterminator who can remove the nest safely. in late summer the wasps stophunting and start scavenging and they'll bother you on a picnic they'lltry to eat your food and they'll climb into your beverage canand boy that can be a painful sting


right on the mouth. traps like these contain alure and can draw scavenging wasps away from your party. hang these kind of traps away from yourgathering area you'll have the best effects if you hangthem in the pathway that they take to your party. these typesof traps won't eradicate a nest but they'llreduce the number of gate crashers to your party. so enjoy the outdoors and grow organic for life!