Getting Rid of Wasps at Home
During summer, there is a chance that you will be seeing wasps flying about when you go out. To make sure that your family is safe from these wasps, you would think of the possible ways that you could do to have these wasps removed from your area.
When is the right time to use which method of wasp pest control for a certain situation?
Usually, you can observe that there are minimal wasps around. Unlike birds, wasps do not fly in groups or form formations while flying. This doesn’t mean that there is no probability that you will be seeing a group of wasps gathered in a single location.
Usually, they are going in and out of a hole in the area. Their nest is what lies inside the hole. In the absence of a hole, their nest can also be located on a high location in the area.
A wasp that goes around every now and then does not posses any threat. The wasps do not care about you except when they fly away to avoid getting close. Their concern is more on harvesting food for their home. Wasps just fly about to look for food to bring back to their nest.
Wasps have no intention of doing anything to you.
Most likely, the only time you get into a fight with them is when their nest is near where you usually stay. Maybe it just so happens that they find your favorite place a good place to build their nest. You would also need to be dodging the wasps in the case they built their nest by your house door.
Or it could be that the wasps chose the children’s usual play area as the location for their home.
If one of the mentioned scenarios is happening, then it is time to take preventive measures against the wasps.
If you want to avoid having wasps stings prior to making any moves, it is better to find the nest right away. Don’t mind the other insects flying about. There is the option of spraying wasp spray to the ones flying around. Most likely you won’t be killing them which may result to the pest getting mad at you.
An angry flying wasp is something you don’t want to see.
You would want to search the area where the many wasps come from or go to. They are searching and delivering for food for the nest that’s why they are entering and leaving the nest.
Most of the insects can be found in the nest so you would want to target that. It is imperative that you purchase a wasp spray that can spray at least ten feet.
If the nest is hanging, you may spray it directly. Observe for any activity and if there isn’t, you may remove the nest and throw it. The wasps will no longer be bothering you.
You would need to use a double barrel method if the nest is inside a hole. Start by spraying the entrance of the hole and spraying a small amount directly inside. Wait for all the wasps to come out. After the process, apply dust. Use the dust to create a cloud effect surrounding the nest. That’s it. The wasps will only have a limited time after the dust has settled.
Remember that the first spray in the process will anger the wasps. All of them will look for you. Maintain a good distance between you and the nest so the wasps will not find you.
An important part of pest control is knowing where the nest is and targeting it. Use of the correct insecticide can also help ensure that you and your family are safe from the wasps.