okay so i wake up this morning and i decided to go downstairs to watch television and there is next to a hundred bees in my basement! we know that there is a hive on our outer wall which is burrowed into the wall and they were there last year but we didn’t think to seal the whole but we did spray bee killer in the hole but that pushed every bee through into our basement and was a heck of a mess, secondly we know where they are coming in, but its through a hole in the ceiling which also has ventilation and it is next to unreachable from where it is to meet up with the outer was which they made there way through during the summer, so we don’t want to spray the bee killer directly into there hive because we have company coming up tonight! and we cant have all these bees in the house, there are also some in our kitchen which is also linked to the same wall of which the hive is located, and because they are coming in around the ventilation they are pushing there way through the vents,
all we have done so far is opened up windows and door and it seems to be working but they are still slowly but surely working there way in.
so for the question:
how can i get rid of the bees as fast as possible without us being cleaning bees for hours just give me any ideas you have please!
thanks to all that contribute!
i dont want an exterminator(they cost more money)
There is a nest of yellow jackets in the foundation of my house. I’ve sprayed it at least three times with bee killer. They are entering through a crack where a concrete slab under one part of the house meets another section that is made of concrete block. The problem is, I’m spraying into the crack but can’t see the nest. Do I have any options besides calling an exterminator? I don’t know where they go once they enter the crack. I suspect the nest is in the cavity inside the cement block.
Tagged bee, bee killer, bees, Block, cavity, cement block, concrete block, concrete slab, crack, Exterminator, foundation, House, killer, least three times, nest, part, section, slab, yellow jackets
I left my old truck sitting in my yard over the summer and when i went to go check on it, it was covered in wasps. Their in the cab, in the bed, and everywhere else. I don’t want to spray the bee killer stuff all over the truck, and i can’t think of a way to smoke them out, it isnt like i can light a fire under it. I don’t know, any ideas to get rid of them would be appreciated. Thanks
Tagged bed, bee, bee killer, cab, check, killer stuff, spray, summer, Truck, vehicle, wasps, way, yard
Ok, I have to do a insect collection for my science class. A few of the bugs I have no clue how I am supposed to catch them. Some of those bugs I am worried about are a wasp,bee,bee-killer,hornet,and a house fly. How am I supposed to catch any of those bugs?
Tagged bee, bee bee, bee killer, bugs, class, clue, Collection, fly, hornet, House, insect, insect collection, science, science class, wasp
i live in ontario county new york and i have a spider that i dont know anything about. it is about the size of a pea or lima bean. It is brown and has a triangle shaped web. it lays cream colored egg sacks. i first saw one in the doorway of my shed. its web went from frame to frame of the door. It was pregnent (big but). i shot it with a bb gun in the egg sack but it got away. then i sprayed the whole shed down with bee killer. (i hope that killed it) then i saw two more in the crook of my howse, i sprayed them with spider killer. but i want to know who they. but i want to know what im up against.
Tagged bb gun, bee killer, colored egg, County, doorway, egg, frame, help, howse, identification, killer, lima bean, ontario, ontario county new york, sacks, shed, spider, spider identification, triangle, web, york