To treat a ground wasp infestation, identify the specific species of insect living on the property, and treat the nest with soapy water or pesticide if the insect is a type of wasp. The treatment may require several days... More »

To get rid of red wasps, remove the nest or spray the nest with a combination of dish detergent and water. Commercial powders and sprays are also available to eliminate wasps. More »

One option for eliminating wasps from a wall starts with identifying their exterior entry point, which provides the location of the wall nest, and setting up a nearby outside trap to lure the wasps out before attacking t... More »

A bucket of soapy water, pruning shears and an appropriate pesticide can be used to remove bagworms from pine trees. The process of removing the worms may require several weekends during the early summer or early autumn. More »

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To get rid of red wasps, remove the nest or spray the nest with a combination of dish detergent and water. Commercial powders and sprays are also available to eliminate wasps. More »

Removing a yellow jacket nest requires purchasing a pesticide and placing it in and around the nest at night, when the insects are less active. To completely remove the nests, use both aerosols and dust pesticides. More »

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The term "bagworm pesticide" refers to any pesticide effective in killing bagworms, a specific species of caterpillar. Homeowners have the option of purchasing either natural or synthetic types of this pesticide, with al... More »

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