Skip to comments.It Is Our Responsibility To Eliminate These Bothersome Invaders
Posted on 08/04/2018 5:46:49 AM PDT by NOBO2012
Where are the animal rights activists when you need them?
Honestly, I think zoning laws should make these wasp zapping contraptions mandatory for all new builds, but then Im deathly allergic to wasps so Ill allow as how my position may be considered extreme. Still, nothing - not even ants - can ruin a good picnic the way wasps can.
It does occur to me that if you can take out that many wasps with just a modified string trimmer the carnage caused by their much larger mechanical relatives must be biblical.
I call for a pox on all of them and I know who can make that happen.
I will bend your arms of steel with my powerful talons and send them pummeling to earth
Just to be clear though, Im totally down with the wasp zapper.
Because the only good wasp is a dead wasp. In my humble opinion.
Posted from: MOTUS A.D.
> Still, nothing - not even ants - can ruin a good picnic the way wasps can.
Possibly more effective; set a tank type vacuum sweeper there, with the end of the hose near the wasp nest. When they come in to land or they takeoff, they are sucked into the hose. When you’ve captured them all, a few puffs of bee killer into the hose kills them, and you dump them into the trash.
Try those 2+ inch long Japanese giant hornets. Yikes ! !!
If you only work at night, seal all but one entry/ exit point. Shove a peice of garden hose into the opened and pour a quarter cup of gas in the opening.
Plug up that last hole. Bugs dead in 2 minutes.
Keyhopper, beekeeper at large
What kind of bird is that?
Google “Japanese giant wasps”.
shoebill (Balaeniceps rex) also known as whalehead
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