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Baiting a wasp trap is done differently depending upon the season. Wasps look for different types of food at different times of year. Baiting your trap with meat in the spring and sweet liquids in the summer and fall all... More »

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To create a simple homemade bee catcher, begin by obtaining an empty two-liter plastic bottle and removing the cap. Using scissors, cut the top of the bottle off, about five inches away from the top; make your cut as eve... More »

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Butter can be used to bait a trap using permethrin to capture carpenter bees. When the bees land in the butter, the pesticide will work by soaking into their exoskeleton and killing them. It will also kill them if they i... More »

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To make a glass wasp trap, bait a container, cover it with foil and punch a hole in the foil to allow the wasps to enter the trap but not crawl out. You need a glass container, a sweetened liquid, aluminum foil, a pencil... More »

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Materials required for a homemade wasp trap include a plastic bottle, such as a 2-liter soda bottle or a 0.5-liter water bottle, tape, string and bait. The best wasp bait depends on the time of year. More »

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Several natural essential oils, such as from mint, wintergreen and marjoram have been found to repel wasps. Other natural pest control products can trap or kill a wasp population to protect property and people. More »

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The most effective way to deter wasps is to eliminate attractants like human and pet food, drinks, fallen fruits, compost piles and open garbage. For an established infestation, it may be necessary to use a commercial wa... More »

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