Tempo 1% Dust

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Tempo 1% Dust

Tempo Dust formulation contains one of the most effective compounds available for quick knockdown and long-term residual control of bees, wasps, hornets, ants and cockroaches, among numerous other pests. Tempo Dust is the dust we recommend for any type of bee, wasp or hornet control that requires the use of an insecticide dust.



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Tempo Dust formulation contains one of the most effective compounds available for quick knockdown and long-term residual control of bees, wasps, hornets, ants and cockroaches, among numerous other pests. Tempo Dust is the dust we recommend for any type of bee, wasp or hornet control that requires the use of an insecticide dust.

Tempo 1% Dust is a ready-to-use pyrethroid dust that can be used for both indoor and outdoor applications. It can be applied using a hand duster or power duster directly into voids and cracks and crevices, in and around structures. Tempo 1% Dust has excellent penetration into wall voids, ensuring equal coverage, and is odorless and non-staining.

Tempo 1% Dust makes pest harborages uninhabitable, and is an ideal solution for penetrating cracks, crevices, and other hard to reach areas. Tempo 1% Dust is an "all around" dust that provides a long residual against a variety of perimeter pests, especially stinging insects like bees and wasps. Use a hand duster to make application easy in those hard to reach areas like cracks, crevices, base boards or wall voids.

Tempo 1% Benefits:

  • Can be used both indoors and outdoors
  • Effectively controls stinging insects, particularly bees and wasps when used as directed
  • Provides a long residual and can remain active up to a year if left undisturbed

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  • 84 of 92 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Tempo Dust Works Great
    By Matt in McSherrystown, PA on 09/18/2009
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    I also had yellow jackets up in my soffits. The local Pro service wanted $140 to get rid of them. I found this awesome website and ordered the Tempo 1% dust and the $14.95 bellow hand duster. I dressed up like a space alien for protection and gave them a few good shots of dust late last evening. I was a little worried at first because it did not kill them instantly on contact like a jet spray. They were swarming around the opening (and me) pretty well even after I dusted them. But today after work I looked and they are all gone! Plenty of dead ones on the ground and none flying around anywhere. I saved around $100, I now own the hand duster, and I have plenty of the Tempo dust left over. Glad I found this place!

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  • 67 of 69 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  The ONLY thing that worked.
    By Jeremy in Washington State on 09/23/2010
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    I saw this product online with these great reviews. I had to try it as it was my last hope. I had a huge yellow jacket problem. At first I tried to let them coexist. I then tried to control them by eliminating the nests as I spotted them with OTC sprays. I hung a OTC trap in an effort to control them. This year, they got especially aggressive and stung myself and my father in law. Their stings were very very painful. I now know why they are called the devil's insect. The final straw was them building a nest under my shed. This was a nest I could not physically get too. I knew it was getting bigger and bigger as more and more activity continued around an opening. In a matter of weeks I would see constant swarming yellow jackets going under the shed floor through a crack. I tried dousing with spray and spraying into the crack. This just made a few die and get the rest extremely angry. I tried sealing it with bricks and preventing entry. They still found a way through the tiniest of cracks and actually moved gravel. They were VERY motivated. I ordered the dust and crossed my fingers. After the first dusting I wasn't sure if it did anything. I waited 2 days and still saw activity. On the 3rd day, I waited until nightfall and planned my second dusting. I pulled back a brick to examine the hole and sure enough there were probably about 50+ dead yellow jackets all on the ground. They were still getting in but dying on the way in/out. I applied more dust. This time getting all of the perimeter of the shed. Next day, no yellow jacket activity. They got the hint. I even spotted a dead yellow jacket about 25-30 feet away from the opening! The devil's insect terrorized me for a good 3 months and kept me from even going into my shed. Thank you so much it is such a relief to finally be able to enjoy my own yard. Use Tips for Yellow Jackets: Apply at nightfall. I can't stress this enough. You are less likely to be stung at this time. Activity is way less. Still be VERY careful. Even at night, one of the worker friends didn't appreciate the forceful dusting and popped his lovely head out to say hello and chase me. Buy a duster. Only way to make it work. I used the cheapest bulb duster I could find here. It dispersed it pretty dang far. A little goes a long way and I probably went overkill a bit with 2 dustings. I wanted to be sure though as I can't see the nest and wanted to cover the perimeter for permanent treatment. Even then I didn't even use much compared to what they send you. Don't count on it killing on contact like the spray. Remember this is a permanent fix. Not just a "spray them they are dead." The sprays are good for visible nests. Spray and knockdown. If you are dusting and they come out to say hello, you should make a hasty exit and try back another time. Service here was great. If I ever need anymore, I will always by from domyownpestcontrol.com!

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  • 42 of 44 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  UNBELIEVABLE!
    By Dennis in Saginaw, MI on 09/19/2010
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    I had (key word is HAD) a yellowjacket problem under the aluminum siding of my house. I could see where they were entering, but couldn't get to the nest, so I drilled a hole through the siding into the space just under the window and tried using a straw to inject liquid and foam insecticides. It proved ineffective, so I mixed up a batch of seven (the hardware store assured me it would kill the bees), stuck my sprayer wand into the hole and drenched it with about a half gallon of the mix. I'm sure I must have killed a few of them (perhaps they drowned), but I was unimpressed and still had a bee problem. Then I found this website and what they said made sense to me. I bought Tempo 1% dust and a duster and went after the wasps. I dusted the openings and dusted in the hole I had drilled in the siding. It took a day or two for the yellowjackets to track the dust back into their nest, but it did an excellent job of eradication! There was a marked reduction in wasp activity within 24 hours and a complete kill in 48. Best product I have ever used. Make sure to use a breathing mask and gloves as the dust is so fine you will undoubtably breath in some of it and it's a bit rough on the lungs. I had a 10 minute coughing fit after using it, but I'll be smarter next time. After all it really is harder on the bees than on me! LOL! I only used a few ounces of the dust so there is alot left over for future needs. Thanks guys, I appreciate you site and products.

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  • 35 of 39 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Tempo 1% Dust Did It!
    By Jon in Elgin, IL on 08/21/2009
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    I just wanted to let you all know how well the Tempo Dust got rid of the hornet and yellow jacket problem in my soffits. I had tried so many things to get rid of them – OTC jet sprays, Delta Dust, foggers, and even paint thinner! The problem was I did not know exactly where the nest was in my soffit. I just puffed Tempo Dust around all the crevices to my soffits where they were getting in last night and now there is no insect activity this morning! Thanks again for your products and prompt delivery.

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  • 19 of 20 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Best Product for Cockroaches and BED BUGS
    By Jesus in Canoga Park, CA on 06/18/2014
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    This product has saved my life from bedbugs. When the product arrive, I couldn't wait to use it. I ordered this product and the bellow duster. Before using it on bedbugs, I went on using it on cockroaches in my kitchen. I live in a apartment where the manager doesn't really do much. She has only fumigated the kitchen for cockroaches maybe 3 times in my 20 years of living. The exterminator didn't do a good job. Cockroaches aren't my big concern since they aren't the ones biting me at night but once I puffed around the kitchen, cockroaches started to appear out of their hiding areas. This product is amazing! I puffed under the stove, under the refrigerator, under the cabinets and in the crevices where I would see them flee. The cockroaches kept coming out and coming out. They would climb up the ceiling and then fall right straight down on the floor. It has gotten rid of a lot of cockroaches. And the plus side to this product is that it stays active up to a year. I do recommend buying IGR since cockroaches make eggs and this can't kill the eggs. Once I started seeing the cockroaches crawling up to the ceiling and then dying, I didn't want to be near the kitchen. So I started my bed bug extermination. I began my room. I puffed in the crevices of the wall. I opened up the outlets and puffed in the walls too. I put the pipe of the duster between the wall and the carpet. I puffed the whole room against the carpet and the baseboard in order to get any bedbugs underneath the carpet or in the baseboard. I did the same thing to the rest of the apartment. Later on in the evening, I found a bedbug crawling up the wall with some white dust on it. It was wobbling. I have left the dust around for 2 months now and I have been able to sleep. Haven't seen any bedbugs or bedbug feces. I gave this thing a week to say if it worked or not because having bedbugs has been traumatizing. I even bought tempo sc ultra and IGR just incase it didn't work. IT WORKS!!!! Thank GOD!! I have been living with them for 2 years and now I thank GOD and Domyownpestcontrol for this product!!!. I'm planning on using this product for a year since the building is having bedbug problems. Forgot to mention that before using this product, the building sent an exterminator a total of 8 times in 2 years. I noticed that the exterminator was just not doing his job, he cared more about making a bigger profit than having the customer happy. That's when I decided to do research on doing my own extermination and I found this website.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  great stuff!
    By David in Mercer, PA on 11/03/2017

    I'm sold on this dust. I have used it several times for persistent hornet problems. They've built nests under my siding in 3 different places, one after the other. This dust kills them off after a day or two. Then, no more bees show up. Although they may rebuild in another place, I just use it again and again. It's the best bee killer I've used so far.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Works great
    By Kevin in Illinois on 10/25/2017
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    Used it on a large yellow jacket nest in a wall void. I saw a couple flying around the next day near the opening, then absolutely none on the second day.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Perfect
    By Brianne in Pittsburgh on 10/20/2017

    Killed them in one application, amazing product. Don't buy a duster though, the nozzle is made for that. My only regret is buying the duster because shipping it back costs more than i paid for it.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Great
    By Ahmad in Troy, MI on 10/14/2017

    Takes time but definetly works

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Tempo Dust
    By Rick in Milwaukee, WI on 10/06/2017

    The product worked perfect!! Yellow jackets here one day...gone the next!! Thank you!! Quick delivery...great shipping. Thanks

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Tempo 1% dust
    By Rich in Memphis mi on 10/06/2017

    This stuff has not failed me yet. Live in the country where lots of bees wasps and hornets are always a part of life. Not meant as an instant knockdown product but has been 100% effective when dusting the nests. Behind siding, in wood or ground nests. Usually kills entire nests in two days. Did it at dusk with your rubber bulb duster.(highly recommended) Excellent product.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Definitely works!
    By Becky in Bay city mi on 10/06/2017

    I don't usually write reviews but this stuff works!!! had a very busy nest of yellow jackets in my vinyl siding. Found their way into the house. Was panicked and called my local pest control who wanted a ridiculously high price. So I turned to the internet in hopes to eliminate myself. I order the dust and applicator...went out every evening for 4 days and dusted!! I was pleasantly surprised and happy to see no activity outside or pests in my house after less than a week!!! It works!!! So glad I ordered!!

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Worked Great!
    By Mark in Cincinnati on 10/06/2017

    Had a bad infestation of yellow jackets, which were inside of an enclosed exterior wall. They were flying in and out through the small gaps in the siding boards. In my first application I lightly dusted the gaps between the boards. The next day there were hundreds of dead yellow jackets on the ground. In my second application I inserted the tube of the duster between the planks and dusted more heavily. More dead yellow jackets the next day. Haven't seen any since.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  The Yellow Jacket Exterminator
    By Dennis in Winston Salem on 10/06/2017

    Applied after dark using Tempo Dust in a duster (Because the bees cannot see green light) I used a green head lamp to find the nest location. If you use a regular light they will find you. First night dusted around the nest next night found hole and dusted heavy after three days the little varmints were gone. Great Product.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Tempo rescued our shed
    By Monica in Boise, Idaho on 10/01/2017

    In a span of 3 days a nest of yellow jackets set up a home under our equipments shed. The vibration of my footsteps on the floor boards brought them boiling out to attack at my second step. I was stung several times just trying to get the push mower out the door before giving up and leaving it on the threashold. Getting my John Deere riding mower started and out would be impossible without being stung to death. The wasp & hornet sprays we've used on wasps & others in the past had no ill effect on them. The seemed to treat it like gamma rays to the Hulk. After sunset my husband was able to get the Toro push mower out for me without getting stung, but just barely. I enjoy taking care of my lawn, but 15,000sq ft with a push mower is just obnoxious, especially when it has to be done every 4 to 5 days so that we can mulch and not have to bale it. After reading up online about the Tempo 1% dust and another powder we decided to go for the Tempo as the reviews indicated it was the better (and faster) option. When we ordered the Tempo dust we also bought a JT Eaton Insecticide Red Duster to apply it. It was very easy to use, and we did not encounter sentrys or defenders as we applied it after dark, on a Sunday evening. The next afternoon hubby checked it out (I was much too leary about getting stung again) and there was a pile of dead yellow jackets at the opening and none came out when he stomped around in the equipment shed. Tuesday I worked up the courage to enter the shed, start up the John Deere and ride out to mow, and return it to the shed. Less than 48 hours they were all dead, and possibly even less than 24. We treated it once again about 10 days later (after a light rain) to ensure we got the larva as well. We are extremely happy with both the Tempo 1% Dust and the JT Eaton Red Duster. Now to try the dust on the Ant colonies in our driveway!!

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04/11/2010 Amy

QIs this the best insecticide dust to use on our bee wasp hornet or yellow jacket problem?
We have a bee/wasp/hornet/yellow jacket problem. In other words, we are not sure about the critters, We believe they are wasps. Some of the hives appear to be in the ground, and others in the usual areas. Will this product work on all of the above, in case we are wrong about our assumption? Also, will it work for the hives that are underground?

AYes, this is our most popular dust for bees in general.  Wether they are in the ground or in your home going under a roof shingle, or a paper nest out in the open, one to two quick puffs from this dust will knock them out.  You should get a hand duster to apply the product.  Also, it is best to apply the dust late at night or very early morning when the bees are less active.  Night usually works best. 

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07/31/2013 Steven from Holt, Mi

QHow can I kill wasps that are nesting behind soffits or shutters?
I've seen several wasps going behind the ribbed gaps between the aluminum soffit and the facia. I've also seen several going behind decorative window shutters. It appears that we have a fair amount of wasp actvity in our area. I'd also like to know how to prevent them from nesting in the furnace inlet/exhaust pvc pipes or the chimney flue. Thanks for your help!

AWe recommned that you use a hand duster and apply a dust such as Tempo dust to the holes where the wasps are going in and out. The dust will help eliminate the wasps in the nest and any other wasps returning to the nest. Tempo dust will stay effective for several months as long as it is dry. We are not aware of a product that would eliminate the wasp pheromone to help stop wasps from returning to a particular area.  After dusting in the void where the wasps have a built a nest you can try spraying the siding with a product such as Talstar P. You can spray once a month and any wasp that lands on treated areas will be eliminated within about 24 hours which should stop new wasps from being able to build a nest.

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02/08/2011 Sue

QHow long does Tempo 1% dust stay active inside a closed wall?

ATempo 1% dust can remain active up to a year if left undisturbed in a wall void.

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10/04/2009 Douglas

QHow do I use Tempo Dust to get rid of a bee or wasp nest?
Is the Tempo 1% Dust effective if the nest cannot be found and it is assumed the bees are either in the wall or ceiling? If dusted in the openings, will the bees take the dust into the nest to kill all off?

AYes, the Tempo 1% Dust is our best selling product to eradicate bees.  If you know where the opening is where the bees are going in and out, and you dust that opening, the bees will get the dust on the hair on their legs and carry it back to the nesting area.  Usually this will eradicate a bee colony within 24 - 48 hours depending on the size.  It is best to treat the opening late at night or very early morning when they are all inside and less active.

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05/10/2011 Bonnie

QI know you do not recommend killing honey bees but they are under our trim and coming in the house.
What do you recommend? Thank you for your time.

AThe first thing you can do is contact your local cooperative extension office and ask for the phone number for your local honey bee farmer. Many bee farmers will come remove honey bees free of charge because of the recent decline in the honey bee population. If this is not an option for you, you can use a hand duster to apply a dust product such as Tempo Dust into and around the area where the bees seem to be gaining access to your home. Over a period of a couple of days to a week (timeline will depend on how many bees are contacting the treated area) this will kill off the colony that has taken up residence in your home. Any insecticide applications should be done very early in the morning or very late in the evening when the bees are less active. After the bees have been eliminated it is important to remove the bee hive from the void where the bees were nesting. Failure to remove the hive can lead to mold issues and secondary infestation from hive beetles and other insects. If the bee hive is in an area that is not easily accessible you may want to consider hiring a professional pest control operator.

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Most Recent Customer Questions

06/15/2017 Sophie from Wesley Chapel

QDoes Tempo 1% Dust kill rice weevils in the pantry?

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Tempo 1% Dust could kill a rice weevil and is applied to voids and crevices as listed on the product label.†Demand CS will be effective for treating rice weevils as a spray to the perimeter of the structure inside and outside crevices. Please take a few moments to review our treatment article on How to Get Rid of Pantry Pests for additional information and recommendations including the use of pantry traps.

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06/07/2017 Darren from New Hebron, Ms

QCan I mix Tempo 1% dust with water and use a pump sprayer for my barn?
I have a 1 pound bag of tempo 1% dust and a 2 gallon sprayer. Wondering what the mix rate would be.

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No, Tempo 1% Dust should be used only as directed on the product label as a dry insecticide formulation. You can use either Tempo SC Ultra,†Tempo†Ultra WP, or Tempo WSP Ultra if you would a concentrate to apply as a spray.

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05/05/2017 Cristina from Milton, Ga

QDoes Tempo 1% Dust work for a clothes moth infestation on carpet?

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Tempo 1% is labeled for Clothes Moths and is recommended to be applied†to cracks and crevices in closets and other storage areas. This is an adjunct treatment and will not control moth larvae and silverfish already on the clothes. Do not apply to clothing. Please see the product label for specific application instructions.†

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04/01/2017 Sunni from Fallon, Nv

QCan Tempo 1% Dust be used on a tile roof? The wasps are invading!!

A

Tempo 1% Dust†can be used on a tile roof, however, it will wash away in the rain and have to be re-applied. A better option would be to use Delta Dust. This is waterproof and should be applied every 7 months.†

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11/29/2016 My

QWhat should I do if I think I may have accidentally gotten Tempo 1% Dust in my mouth?
My exterminator came. He placed a bottle of Tempo dust on my counter near my makeup products. When I later used a makeup pad I noticed a sweet taste on my lips. And I washed it off. I couldn't think of what the taste could have been until I remembered this bottle. Could it be that ? And what should I be concerned about?

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It would be unlikely there was Tempo Dust on your personal items unless whomever was using the product in the area was extremely careless. You can view any safety precautions and first aid measures on the product SDS label.

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10/26/2016 Star from Oh

QWill Tempo 1% dust kill or keep out wolf spiders?
also do you have anything to help with mice i dont think this dust helps with them does it?

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Tempo 1% Dust†is labeled for spiders. When treating for spiders please keep in mind that spiders need to come in contact with a product in order for it to work. They pick up the product on the pads of their legs, and a good bit of the time will avoid area where a product had been applied. If that is the case, we recommend you make sure that all the webbing is cleaned out so that they have no habitat in the area, and that you get rid of their food source which is other pest that are in the area as well. These are the two most important things you can do when treating for spiders.†

As for you for your questions regarding mice, we have several different products that can help with that isse. Please vist our page on Rodent Control to see what is available, and should you have any further questions about anything please let us know.

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10/20/2016 Paul from Tigard, Oregon

QWill Tempo 1% Dust work if it is raining or if the ground entrance is wet?

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No Tempo 1% Dust would not work if it got wet.†You would need to re-apply if it came in contact with any water source.†

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10/08/2016 E from Everett, Washington

QWill Tempo 1% Dust work on springtails?

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No, Tempo 1% Dust is not labeled for springtails. Please refer to our How To Get Rid of Springtails guide for further information and product recommendations. †

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08/13/2016 Sue from Damascus, Md

QHow do you know when it's safe to plug a wall void after using Tempo 1% dust for yellow jackets?
I applied Tempo dust with a bulb duster to the exterior of my home where they were entering though a void in the siding. The next day I found 2 yellow jackets in my home that presumably entered through former curtain rod holes. 1 dead, the other dying. So, I applied Tempo dust inside my home to the only holes I could find which were old curtain rod anchor holes. I never heard any activity in the wall. If I don't see any more entering the exterior of my home, can I safely plug both sets of holes? I fear them just continuing to live in the walls. How do I know the gueen is dead? I have not found any dead yellow jackets on the exterior of my home. Where are they? Do I need to find and remove the nest?

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When treating for yellow jackets and using Tempo 1% Dust, †the yellow jacket colony will remain active for only one summer, after which the queens will move away to start up new colonies. The remaining yellow jackets will die at the end of the season, and the nest will not get reused. So during the meantime while they are active the Tempo 1% Dust that you have applied should kill the ones that are in the void that you have placed it in. That does not necessarily mean that there is a nest in that particular void. The nest could be elsewhere, and they could be foraging for food or these could just be the remaining yellow jackets that are left behind after the queens have left already.†

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08/13/2016 Sue from Damascus, Md

QShould I use the bulb or hand duster for a void for Yellow Jackets?
I have a yellow jacket nest in my walls coming through a void by my gas pipe. I purchased the yellow jacket kit that suggested the use of the bulb, but upon reading reviews, I'm wondering if I should have purchased the hand duster instead. What's the pro and cons of each?

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Basically, the biggest con to the Bulb duster is that you would be closer to the nest and stinging insects, than if you used a hand duster like the Long Shot Puffer duster. The dust works great when applied by either. Be sure to apply in the cooler times of the day when the Yellow Jackets are less active. †

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