Q. is it feasible to cover the nest hole with clear glass to trap an d kill all of them
Is it practical to cover a yellow jacket hole with a clear glass fruit jar and leave it there for atime that all are dead?
A. We recommend using Delta dust around the nest area to get rid of yellow jackets. We do not recommend using a clear glass to trap the entire nest.
Q. Has anyone been stung a lot then felt tired for several days?
I have found 3 nests this year...the hard way. I am waiting on Delta Dust to wipe out the latest nest, and I have asked a professional to handle my entire yard.
I probably got hit 10 times and I have been sleepy for 3 days now. Anyone advice?
A. People will react different to the toxins from yellow jacket stings. We definitely recommend seeking medical assistance if you are ill as a result from the yellow jacket stings. Yellow jacket dust is one of the more commonly used methods of treatment to eradicate yellow jackets and other stinging insects. Delta Dust is the recommend dust to use outdoors because it is moisture resistant and will hold up much better than other dusts in outdoor environments. If you have any further questions or comments, please feel free to contact us again.
Q. Im having trouble finding the yellow jacket nest somewhere in my rock wall
A. If you know of their entrance holes you can apply a light layer of dust which will allow the bees to take the poison back to their own nests. I would recommend using dusts such as Delta Dust. A bellow bulb duster can be used for easier application.
Q. Yellow Jacket Problem
I have a bad problem with yellow jackets coming into my home. I look around my house and I don't see where they are coming from. I have been string twice and have two small kids and I don't want them to get attack. They seem to be in my master bathroom and my landryroom. I don't know what to do. Please help me get rid of those things.
For your first question, try to look behind furniture and or small cracks and crevices in which they may be coming out from. Also check the window area to see if there are any holes they may be coming in from. In those areas I would highly recommend using Delta Dust
Q. what should i do if wasps all over my grass and i cant find there nests
A. We recommend applying a residual insecticide, like Suspend SC, around the isolated area of infestation. This should be applied once every two months. If you have any further questions or comments, please feel free to contact us again.
Q. How can I order the Delta Dust
A. Delta Dust can be easily ordered through our webpage www.pestmall.com or via telephone. 1-800-788-4142.
Q. Is there anything i can use to treat my yard for yellow jackets. For the last 3 weeks i have cut my grass. Each week i have been strung. i have found 5 ground nest and 3 ground nest found me.
A. For yellow jacket treatment we would recommend applying a dust product such as Tempo 1% dust on and around the nesting area. We recommend application before the sun rises or after sun set. These are the times when most of the yellow jackets are back in their nests and dormant.
Q. yellow jacket wasp sting
What is the best product(s) for getting rid of yellow jackets taking up in a covered rain gutter?
A. It would be the best to do a knockdown kill with a pressurized jet spray like Wasp Freeze or StingRay Aerosol. These two products are made for stinging flying insects like hornets or bees.
Q. yellow jack in siding how do i shoot spray up
A. Unfortunately, since we are not there to inspect it ourselves, it is difficult to say whether or not this is something you can treat yourself. However, it sounds difficult to treat. We recommend a residual concentrate insecticide that the yellow jacket wasps can come in contact with while they are out of the siding. You should treat the isolated areas surround the infested space so that they can come in contact with the treated spaces. The product we recommend is Suspend SC or Demon WP. If not, you will have to hire a professional.
Q. yellow jacket hive about 8 ft in diameter in roof of porch
what can i use that is quick acting and will kill all of these yellow jackets in the roof of my porch
A. Quick acting products might irritate the nest. The best way to treat for yellow jackets is to use a product like Tempo 1% dust on and around the nesting area. It may take a couple days before you begin to see the results because you will need to allow time for the bees to take the dust back into its nest.