How to trap and kill carpenter bees, wood bees, wasps, hornets and yellow jackets naturally.

How to trap and kill carpenter bees, wood bees, wasps, hornets and yellow jackets naturally.

How to trap and kill carpenter bees, wood bees, wasps, hornets and yellow jackets naturally….but why would you want to?

How to get rid of wasps this summer! Mix vinegar, salt, and sugar in a container and leave it outside for the wasps to eat. They will be attracted to it because of the sugar, but the vinegar and salt will kill them

How to get rid of wasps this summer! Mix vinegar, salt, and sugar in a container and leave it outside for the wasps to eat. They will be attracted to it because of the sugar, but the vinegar and salt will kill them

1/4cup vinegar 1/2cup water 1/2cup sugar 1tsp salt Place in containers to trap n kill wasps

Bee safe wasp trap. How to make your own wasp trap for free

1/4cup vinegar 1/2cup water 1/2cup sugar 1tsp salt Place in containers to trap n kill wasps

How to trap and kill carpenter bees, wood bees, wasps, hornets and yellow jackets naturally.

How to trap and kill carpenter bees, wood bees, wasps, hornets and yellow jackets naturally.

I don't know if this would work for the wasps. Have to check to see if it would hurt our bees.

DIY Backyard Wasp Solutions  Great Ideas, Tips and Tutorials!

DIY Backyard Wasp Solutions

How to Get Rid of Bumblebees, though I don't want to kill them

How to Get Rid of Bumblebees

Commercial repellents, insecticides and pesticides often contain harsh chemicals you may not want to use around your yard, garden, house, children or pets. Additionally, many of these products are ...

Homemade Nontoxic Honey Bee Repellent

Commercial repellents, insecticides and pesticides often contain harsh chemicals you may not want to use around your yard, garden, house, children or pets. Additionally, many of these products are ...

How to Kill Bees Coming Out of the Ground

How to Kill Bees Coming Out of the Ground

In general, if at all possible, you should avoid killing ground bees. There are several varieties of bees that live in the ground, and they are all good for the soil. They eat...

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