EXTERMINATE BUMBLEE BEES FROM SIDING

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Locate the entrance to the bumble bee nest. Daytime is when worker bees are transiting so observe where they vanish into siding to identify the nest. Evening is when most of the colony is in-hive resting, and eliminating bees during daytime won’t exterminate most of the colony.

Furnish a bulb duster with a deltamethrin pesticide powder. Adhere to the directions on the product packet. Proficiency of the dusting accessory is vital to pragmatic bee extermination. Don’t overflow the duster otherwise it won’t work normally.

 

Use a bee veil and a moderate emanating light to find the entryway. Use dense clothing, long sleeve shirt and work glovers for extra protection from a bee sting. Directly radiating a nest may exasperate bees and make the removal procedure cumbersome. Use a bee veil and a moderate light to find the entryway. Use dense clothing, a long sleeve shirt and work gloves for extra insurance. Intensely radiating a nest may exasperate bees and make the removal procedure cumbersome.

 

Flush dust in the nest entryway. A bee duster with a 12 inch accessory quickly maneuvers into the nest to contact bees, eggs and larvae. If dust is overspread solely on the nest’s entry then it will just agglomerate and not broadcast into the nest (to reach most of the colony).

 

Dust again, usually a second dusting proficiently sullies the nest and nearby holes.

 

Monitor the nest site at least 2 weeks after treating it to ensure you’ve totally exterminated it. Untouched bee eggs can emerge after the first treatment therefore another dusting application is suggestible.

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