Alpine Yellow Jacket Bait Station Kit with Onslaught

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Alpine Yellow Jacket Bait Station Kit with Onslaught

Alpine Yellow Jacket Bait Stations are an intuitive, easy and effective way to control Yellow Jackets around your home. Just one kit will provide you with enough product to treat Yellow Jackets year after year without ever having to buy another station, trap or insecticide. Each kit contains four reusable bait stations with hanging strings and one pint of Onslaught insecticide concentrate, the only insecticide labeled for Yellow Jacket baiting. You use the stations by placing a mixture of tuna or other food attractant (see below for examples) with a small amount of onslaught insecticide in each Alpine bait station. The stations are then hung around the outside of the home, out of reach of children, but accessible to yellow jackets. The Alpine bait stations will attract the stinging insects where they will contact, ingest and spread the insecticide, eliminating the yellow jacket problem sometimes within just a few days. Additional Alpine bait stations are sold separately.

There are several species of yellow jackets that are not scavengers and would not be attracted to the stations.  We recommend trying out a few baits without the Onslaught before using the kit to ensure the species you are treating will take to a bait. A few recommended baits: raw chicken pieces, raw fish, canned tuna, cat food, or fruit


Alpine Yellow Jacket Bait Station Kit with Onslaught contains these products:

Onslaught Insecticide 1 x Onslaught Insecticide
$49.50
Alpine Yellow Jacket Replacement Bait Stations 4 x Alpine Yellow Jacket Replacement Bait Stations
$39.80
Cost of separate parts: $89.30
Kit price: $84.95
You save $4.35!


Alpine Yellowjacket Bait Stations are designed and labeled for use with Onslaught microencapsulated insecticide. When used together, they are the perfect combination for controlling yellowjackets (also commonly called meat bees) around residences,  restaurants, resorts, campgrounds, zoos and other areas where humans or animals are harassed by yellowjackets.

Onlsaught insecticide is the only insecticide with an EPA approved label for yellowjacket baiting.


How to use the stations :

STEP 1. We recommend testing a few types of bait before using the stations. Recommended food baits incude raw chicken pieces, raw fish, canned tuna, or cat food.  Raw chicken pieces or tuna tend to work the best.


Testing several foods. Looks like they are going for chicken!


Yellowjackets devouring chicken bait.


STEP 2. Mix your choice of bait with Onslaught. You only need a very small amount of Onslaught for the bait to be effective. We recommend mixing 1/4 teaspoon of Onslaught per 12 oz. of bait.


STEP 3. Place a few ounces of bait in each station and hang the stations outside around your home 5-6 feet off the ground and about 50 feet apart. For example, you could hang the trap from a tree limb. Keep the stations out of reach of children, but in areas where the yellow jackets can enter the stations.


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  • 16 of 17 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  Really worked for me
    By Dave in Los Gatos, CA on 09/18/2011
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    I tried the water-filled bag traps from my local garden store (the bags with an attractant where the yellow jackets crawl in but can't find their way out), and although the traps seemed to accumulate a lot of yellow jackets, my problem persisted. I found this product had been mentioned by a professor from UC Davis and decided to give it a try. I tested several kinds of bait and found they liked fish/shrimp cat food. I mixed a half-recipe, only 6 oz to start out and replaced it after 2 days. After 4 days the yellow jackets were gone. The bait stations are a little messy (and smelly!) to clean out afterwards, but I can't argue with the effectiveness. My wife and I can sit in the backyard again. As was mentioned in the FAQ, it can be a challenge to thoroughly mix so little poison with the bait. Using cat food helped because it was smooth and not lumpy. I also used a little extra water: I added the poison to a teaspoon of water, stirred, then carefully sprinkled the poison all over the bait, then thoroughly mixed for several minutes. So little poison is used, the supply should last for years. I give the product 5 stars for effectiveness but 3 stars for the care needed in mixing the bait, and the messy cleanup. 4 stars overall. I definitely recommend this product and will absolutely use it again next year.

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  • 14 of 18 people found this review helpful:

    1 of 5 stars  alpine bait station
    By Aj in auberry ca on 09/01/2011

    0 star is the rating I would give alpine, have been using for weeks but the wasp are worse and yes they are eating the bait but not being killed, waste of money.

    Expert Response   Expert response:
    This kit is for yellow jackets only and not wasps.  This customer is using this kit for wasps and it is not labeled to do so which is probably why it is not getting the customer results. 

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  • 13 of 13 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Best Yellow Jacket Bait
    By A. in Greensboro, NC on 08/22/2011
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    After trying everything else we could buy locally to get rid of our yellow jacket problem, we tried Alpine's kit. It seemed expensive, but you get a multi-year supply with it. It really works. Within three days, the problem was solved.

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  • 12 of 12 people found this review helpful:

    3 of 5 stars  Poison bait is the best control, but not Onslaught
    By Neal in Los Altos Hills, CA on 12/14/2014

    I have had excellent success for 10 years with baited yellow jacket traps, which have reduced my backyard yellow jacket problem almost to nil here in the SF Bay Area. I switched from other microencapsulated insecticides to Onslaught when the latter became registered for the purpose. I had mixed results with Onslaught -- better than not baiting (or using traps), but yellow jackets were still an annoyance when we were eating outside. Then I read a UC Riverside study (http://www.pestboard.ca.gov/howdoi/research/2009_yellowjacket.pdf) that reported that "The only registered bait (Onslaught®, microencapsulated esfenvalerate) was not effective as a bait toxicant against the western yellowjacket, V. pensylvani". They found that fipronil was the most effective, at a dosage level of only 0.025% in bait such as chicken or fish. Note that fipronil products such as Taurus SC are not listed for this purpose (i.e. the label does not officially say that it is OK in a yellow jacket bait).

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  • 9 of 9 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  IT WORKS - BE PATIENT
    By in Gastonia, N. C. on 08/22/2013
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    I found the best way to use this product is as follows: Each morning make up bait by using plastic fork and spoon on paper plate. Place (4) 1/4 to 1/2 tea. of fancy feast salmon cat food on a paper plate. Using a medicine dropper, place on drop on each. Use the plastic fork to work it through and turn it over. Place each one in the bait station. Take them up at dusk when the bees have stopped working. Replace with fresh each morning. It took us about three weeks to get rid of yellow jackets under a deck that is close to the ground. We had a very large nest and maybe even two or three nest. Short of taking the deck apart there was no way to get to them. Next year I will use onslaught at the first sign of yellow jackets.

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  • 5 of 6 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  Works slowly but I think it works
    By Carolynn in Knoxville, TN on 11/06/2013
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    We had two yellow jacket nests this year. One was at the base of a tree in the side yard and the other was located next to the house under the drain that comes from the gutters and was inaccessible. We needed to get rid of the nests without risking damage to the tree roots or harm to ourselves. I first tried cat food in the bait stations but I think it was too late in the season. The yellow jackets weren't interested. So I tried a method I'd read about in these reviews, cutting a sponge to fit in the container and using sugar water with a bit of the insecticide added. I watched for weeks. I saw the yellow jackets on the sponges feeding but they were also going to the nests. Then suddenly the nests were vacate. I thought it might have been that the yellow jackets had vacated the nests because it was so late in the year, but a friend still had a very active nest in her yard, so I'm giving this kit credit for having finally worked. I'll certainly try it again next year if I discover other nests.

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  • 4 of 6 people found this review helpful:

    1 of 5 stars  Onslaught Bait system
    By Andrew in Bend, Oregon on 09/10/2013
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    It has been a week now since we used the Onslaught bait system and all I can say is that the volume of yellow jackets has actually increased significantly. It appears that all I am doing is feeding the yellow jackets. I also find it insane that you are forced to buy a pint of this material for $85 and the instructions ask you to use 1/4 teaspoon per 12 ounces of bait which is enough to fill about 30 of these pill containers. They give you four. I now have enough Onslaught to last 175 years if it worked.

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  • 3 of 3 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Seems to be working
    By in Mountain Cabin in Northern CA on 08/25/2013
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    The kit arrived on time and in good condition. I set out bait and seemed to have some improvement within a few days. I re-baited and didn't get back for about a week. At that point there was a marked decrease in the number of meat bees on my deck. They are not all gone, but so much better. Measuring and mixing the 1/4 tsp dose requires close attention, but is easier with cat food.

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  • 3 of 3 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  Nasty Bugs
    By in Sagle, Idaho on 08/04/2013
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    It is tough to tell how well they work. I find that more come to eat if I place it near a trap. We first tried tuna in it a we did not see any yellow jackets go in. Then we switched to raw chicken and this seems to work much better. There seems to be a decrease in numbers. They we so bad before, we could not even sit on our porch - now we can.

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  • 4 of 4 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  So Easy to Use, and it Works..........
    By in No. California on 06/25/2013
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    I found that Salmon Cat Food works best here, draws the Yellow Jackets right in, and doesn't take them long to disappear. I am so appreciative of this product.

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  • 3 of 4 people found this review helpful:

    1 of 5 stars  They're still here . . .
    By Sandy in Oakhurst, CA on 10/01/2012
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    I have a systemic allergy to yellow jackets, so I am VERY interested in killing them all. They liked my choice of bait (tuna) and carried off pieces of the bait after Onslaught had been carefully mixed according to directions. I've cleaned and re-baited the traps five times so far, so why do I still see yellow jackets on my property? I'm awaiting the next approved pesticide for these critters, hopefully something more potent that will make them all go away.

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  • 3 of 6 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  Better delivery method
    By Mark in pottstown, pa on 08/22/2012

    Only 4 stars for now until I see a drop in the yellow jacket population. I am actively using this kit however, the jackets were more attracted to my hummingbird feeders with homemade nectar than they were to the cat food. Besides I practically gagged when I changed the cat food every 3 days. I now use onslaught with the homemade hummingbird nectar. You can get the details of this recipe by Googling homemade hummingbird food (4 water to 1 sugar boiled together). Then follow these directions: 1. add about an 1/8 tsp of onslaught into 16 oz of homemade nectar in a glass bottle labeled “bee poison.” 2. cut a clean household sponge into strips and insert the strips into the bait stations 3. position the cut sponge close to the holes in the bait station. I found the bees can get in but cannot get out and soon die without leaving with poisoned nectar. 4. Soak the sponge until there is about 1/8" to 1/4" of liquid in the bottom. This keeps the sponge moist and full for ~ 2 days. 5. Hang the station away from your hummingbird feeders. 6. Pour more poisoned nectar over the hanging bait station. This attracts them even more. 7. Watch and enjoy as the suck on the sponge and leave for their nest. 8. I’ve only done this for 3 days now and have not seen a drop in the population yet. But, they are more active now at the stations than they were with cat food.

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  • 7 of 7 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  Use attractant too
    By Neal in Los Altos Hills, CA on 06/09/2012

    To get yellow jackets to swarm to the bait station, simply use some of the Rescue brand yellow jacket attractant (you can put some on a cotton ball, for example). This is the attractant used in yellow jacket traps. The attractant is very effective at luring yellow jackets. The bait and insecticide to the rest.

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  • 6 of 7 people found this review helpful:

    1 of 5 stars  I Don't Know What They Want!
    By Deborah in Quartz Valley, CA on 09/07/2011
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    Either the wasps here in N. CA are too smart or they don't eat anything! I have tried the following with and without the bait on it with no interest from the wasps: raw chicken, cantaloupe, beer, tuna in water, catfood, a sweet glaze, soda. So I can't tell if the Onslaught Alpine Yellow Jacket bait station is good or not.

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  • 4 of 4 people found this review helpful:

    2 of 5 stars  Not seeing any reduction yet.
    By Ron in Pioneertown,Ca on 08/22/2011
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    We had a bad infestation,not seeing any reduction yet,giving some of the Onslaught to our neighbors to see if that helps.We do see the meat bees removing bait,so a good sign!

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08/23/2010 Jeff

QWhat is the active ingredient that kills the yellow jackets? Will Onslaught harm honey bees?

AOnlsaught contains the active ingredient Esfenvalerate. Like most other insecticides Onslaught will kill honey bees if they come in contact with the product. If you use protein based food baits such as chicken, cat food or tuna you will greatly reduce the chance that honey bees will be attracted to the bait stations and contact the Onslaught.

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08/25/2011 Tucker from Alamo, Ca

QHas anyone tried combining Onslaught with an Attractant?
I am having a hard time getting the YJs to take the bait. Any ideas on how much is actually required to destroy the nest?

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The nutritional needs of yellow jackets change periodically. During the early part of the season yellow jackets are mainly looking for proteins such as fish or chicken. They will usually forage for proteins first, while they are feeding their developing yellow jackets back at the nest, and this is the best time to bait for them. Using protein baits will also help deter honey bees from entering the bait stations (honey bees are on the decline and it is best avoid harming them whenever possible). During other parts of the season yellow jackets are looking for carbohydrate or sugary foods like soda, beer or fruit juice to help maintain energy levels. We recommend that you put out a couple of different protein baits (fish, chicken) and a couple of different carbohydrate baits (cola, fruit juice) without adding the Onslaught. Leave the bait out for a day or two and see which bait the yellow jackets are attracted to. Once you see which bait they like, then you can add the Onslaught to the mix and put out the bait stations. Be sure to use the recommended usage rate of 1/4 teaspoon of Onslaught per 12 oz. of bait to avoid making the bait repellent to the yellow jackets. 

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05/15/2011 Sam

QDoes the Onslaught and the Alpine Yellow Jacket kit work on "paper wasps"?
I have a large problem with "paper wasps" which are different from the "traditional" wasp.

AThe Onslaught that comes in this kit will kill just about any type of wasp if they make contact with the product. The idea behind this kit is that you mix the Onslaught with a food item and wasps take the food item back to their nest and share it with the other wasps, killing the colony. If you have a type of wasp that does not take bait, then the kit would not be very effective. You can set out a few different food items to see if the wasps are attracted to them. If the wasps are attracted then you can use the kit successfully. If the wasps are not attracted to the food, then you should consider just spraying an insecticide such as Onslaught topically to areas where there has been wasp activity. Here are a few recommended baits: raw chicken pieces, raw fish, canned tuna, cat food, or fruit juice. Raw chicken pieces or tuna tend to work the best.

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04/06/2010 Craig

QDoes this product kill only the Yellow Jackets that come in contact with the bait?
Does this product kill only the Yellow Jackets that come in contact with the bait? Can it kill the queen if the Yellow Jacket exposed to Onslaught returns to the nest?

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When the yellow jackets take the bait that has been mixed with the Onslaught, they take the bait back and feed others in the colony including the queen, killing the entire colony. We recommend trying several different baits such as jelly, water packed tuna, wet cat food, raw chicken, fresh fish or cola. This will help you determine what the yellow jackets are foraging for and then following the directions included with the Yellow Jacket Kit, you can add the Onslaught to the bait.

 

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08/26/2011 Bob from Cupertino, Ca

QHow do you effectively mix 1/4 tsp of Onslaught with 12 oz of chopped meat?
I have little faith that my bait will be evenly mixed with such a small amount of a rather thick poison. How to do you attack this problem? I am thinking of diluting the poison in about 1 oz of water and then mixing with the bait.

AIt does not take much Onslaught for it to work.  You can take a small paint brush and paint it on the meat and then discard the paint brush or any other similar method.  You can mix the onslaught with water as well.  That should still get the job done and does make it a little easier to apply to all the meat.

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05/27/2014 G. from New Canaan, Ct

QYellow Jackets what poison available that insects carry into the next to kill queen?

AOur Alpine Yellow Jacket Bait Station Kit with Onslaught would do that if the species you have takes a bait.  We recommend trying several different baits such as jelly, water packed tuna, wet cat food, raw chicken, fresh fish or cola. This will help you determine what the yellow jackets are foraging for and then following the directions included with the Yellow Jacket Kit, you can add the Onslaught to the bait. When the yellow jackets take the bait that has been mixed with the Onslaught, they take the bait back and feed others in the colony including the queen, killing the entire colony.

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10/28/2013 Julia from Eclectic, Alabama

QWill yellow jackets become immune to this product over time?
Also, will they "catch on" to the fact that the food is killing their colony and stop feeding?

AYellow jackets are not known to build resistance to insecticides. Also, they really would not be able to catch on to what is happening because those yellow jackets that have already vistited the stations would be killed as would their nest mates. New yellow jackets in the area would visit as their foraging behaviors dictate. There are several species of yellow jackets that are not scavengers and would not be attracted to the stations.

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10/14/2013 Dennis from Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania

QYellow jackets in NE Pennsylvania printing facility
We seem to be getting a number of yellow jackets in our facility. The weather is changing daily from high in the 70s to low in the high 40s. The yellow jackets were rather small about a week ago and are more adult size now. For the most part, they seem to be docile and are easy to kill, but I suspect that may be for today only. What do you recommend? Also, we recently purchased light traps from you a few weeks ago and they are collecting a minimum number of yellow jackets compared to the population buzzing around the plant.

ATypically, when Yellow jackets are inside of a building they are either nesting inside of a wall void or coming inside through cracks, open windows, or doors. When treating for Yellow Jackets it is always best to perform a direct treatment to the nest to ensure a quick and complete kill of the nest, and this application is best done at night when those Yellow Jackets are less aggressive. You can try to locate the nest by watching and observing their habits. If a direct nest treatment is not a possibility, then you can try baiting those Yellow Jackets. This can be done with our Alpine Yellow Jacket Bait Station Kit with Onslaught. Each kit contains four reusable bait stations with hanging strings and one pint of Onslaught insecticide concentrate, the only insecticide labeled for Yellow Jacket baiting. Mix your choice of bait with Onslaught, we recommend chicken or tuna. You only need a very small amount of Onslaught for the bait to be effective. We recommend mixing 1/4 teaspoon of Onslaught per 12 oz. of bait. Place a few ounces of bait in each station and hang the stations 5-6 feet off the ground and about 50 feet apart. Keep the stations out of reach of children or heavy traffic areas, but in areas where the yellow jackets can enter the stations. Light traps are a great way to control a variety of flying insects indoors, but  they do do not work as well for yellow jackets and should not be used as the sole method to eradicate a yellow jackets problem.

Each kit contains four reusable bait stations with hanging strings and one pint of Onslaught insecticide concentrate, the only insecticide labeled for Yellow Jacket baiting. - See more at: http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/alpine-yellow-jacket-bait-station-kit-with-onslaught-p-1268.html#sthash.e1c6Bs7B.dpuf

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04/20/2013 Sue from Lilburn, Ga

QHow do I safely wash the Alpine Yellow Jacket measuring spoon and mixing container? Dispose of old meat?
After I have prepared the baits, can I wash the measuring spoon and mixing container in the kitchen sink? If not, how do I safely wash and store them for the next use? Also, how do I safely dispose of poison meat left in the bait stations after it is no longer attracting yellow jackets?

AYou should only use disposable spoons and containers to mix the product with meat. Any measuring spoon used should be clearly labeled for insecticide use only and should be rinsed off outside and placed in a  zip top bag for future use. Old meat can be placed in a plastic bag and tossed in the trash.

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09/04/2012 Carolyn from Cleveland,tn

QIf honeybees come come into contact with this will it the kill all others in it's hive?
Honeybees are too beneficial. Some collateral damage acceptable. I do not want to eliminate an entire hive in the process of killing yellow jackets.

AIf honeybees enter the station and consume the bait they could potentially carry it back to the colony. To avoid having this happen you can try to bait using protein based baits only. Honeybees are usually only interested in carbohydrate or sweet items and usually will avoid protein based baits or meat baits. Yellow jackets do change their nutritional needs and sometimes will only feed on protein based baits and at other times will only feed on carbohydrate based baits. You can put out a couple of plates containing food items (raw fish or chicken, cat food, juice, jelly, beer) and see which items they forage on to determine what kind of baits would be acceptable at this time.

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06/28/2012 Robert from Huntington, Wv

QHow often should I change the bait in the bait stations?
I am using canned cat food. I have not noticed any yellow jacket activity around my bait stations.

AThe nutritional needs of yellow jackets change periodically. During the early part of the season yellow jackets are mainly looking for proteins such as fish or chicken. They will usually forage for proteins first, while they are feeding their developing yellow jackets back at the nest, and this is the best time to bait for them. Using protein baits will also help deter honey bees from entering the bait stations (honey bees are on the decline and it is best avoid harming them whenever possible). During other parts of the season yellow jackets are looking for carbohydrate or sugary foods like soda, beer or fruit juice to help maintain energy levels. We recommend that you put out a couple of different protein baits (fish, chicken) and a couple of different carbohydrate baits (cola, fruit juice) without adding the Onslaught. Leave the bait out for a day or two and see which bait the yellow jackets are attracted to. Once you see which bait they like, then you can add the Onslaught to the mix and put out the bait stations. Be sure to use the recommended usage rate of Onslaught per 12 oz. of bait to avoid making the bait repellent to the yellow jackets.

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08/18/2011 Michael from Hewitt, Nj

QHow much Onslaught do I need to use when baiting for yellow jackets?
Should I be diluting the Onslaught as per directions on the bottle or apply it straight to the chicken? Do I soak the chicken in the bait?

AAs per the instructions that came with the kit you will need to mix 1/4 tsp of Onslaught per 12 oz of bait. Be careful not to use more than the recommended amount of Onslaught as this can lead to bait avoidance. In case you lost your instructions or didn't find them in the box you can still read them on the Alpine Yellow Jacket Kit product page on our website (scroll towards the bottom of the page)

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07/04/2011 Eric

QOnce I mix the Onslaught with the bait, how long will the effectiveness of the Onslaught last?

AThe Onslaught itself will stay effective for several weeks but the yellow jackets may ignore old bait that is spoiled or moldy. Yellow jackets tend to go for fresh bait. We recommend changing out old, spoiled or moldy bait for best results.

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05/16/2011 Bryan

QHow many Alpine Yellow Jacket Bait Stations do I need for a 2.5 acre vineyard?
I have a 2.5 acre vineyard. Yellow Jackets eat the entire crop.

AAccording to the manufacturer you will need to use a minimum of 8 Alpine bait stations per acre for a total of 24 bait stations for your 2.5 acre vineyard. It is helpful to start baiting before the yellow jackets get very active and the fruit gets too ripe.

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08/10/2010 Lab

QHow many bait stations does the Alpine Yellow Jacket kit include?
The picture shows four, but is that how many you get if you buy the kit? I scanned the page and found no information as to how many station the kit comes with.

AEach kit contains four reusable bait stations with hanging strings and one pint of Onslaught insecticide concentrate. The information was listed on the product page under the product description, but it did not stand out from the rest of the paragraph. We have now made the information bold to make it easier for our customers to find.

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