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Wasp & Hornet Control
Here at Do My Own Pest Control you will find all of the products you will need to get rid of a wasp or hornet’s nests near your home or business, as well as unlimited free expert advice on the best ways to keep yourself safe while applying these products and getting rid of the menace of wasps.
Wasps & Hornets
Wasps and hornets are some of the most dangerous and troublesome pests around. They are well known for their ability to deliver a painful sting to anyone who might disturb them or their nests. One serious issue that is presented whenever wasps or hornets are found is that unlike bees, they can sting a person an unlimited number of times. Not to mention the fact that one sting will release pheromones that encourage other wasps in the nest to sting the same victim. For most people this is merely a painful hazard, but for a small segment of the population this sort of encounter can be life threatening due to allergic reactions to the stings.
How To Get Rid Of Wasps & Hornets – Some Helpful Tips
• Generally speaking, wasps are much more active during the day than at night. So when trying to get rid of a wasp nest, you are most likely going to have to attack it after the sun has gone down. This gives you an advantage in two ways, for one the insects are less likely to be overly active and will not strike back with as much vigor. Also, the nest is much more likely to contain most of the wasps making it unnecessary to apply the pesticides a second time.
Wasp & Hornet Pictures
Here are some pictures of wasps and hornets to help you identifiy them.
Bald Faced Hornets
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