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Boxelder Bugs 101. Boxelder bugs, named for the maple and seed-bearing boxelder trees on which they feed and lay eggs during the warmer months, often become nuisances in the fall as they search for overwintering sites. They are most frequently seen congregating in warm spots before migrating indoors to overwinter in insulated cracks and crevices.

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How to Get Rid of Boxelder Bugs Outside. Boxelder bugs, which are often drawn to boxelder and maple trees, are known for congregating in large groups. Luckily, they won't do much damage to your home or your plants, but they can still be a...

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As their name implies, boxelder bugs are attracted to boxelder trees and also to silver maple trees. If you have these trees around your home or neighborhood, you are very likely to have boxelder bugs. In the fall, as they begin to seek shelter for the upcoming cold months of winter, they are attracted to the warm, sunny sides of homes.

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The common and troublesome carpet beetle is attracted to dead boxelder remains. There it feeds and lays egg, guaranteeing another generation of increased numbers to damage in your home. Here are several techniques to control boxelder bugs: Preventing boxelders from entering your home is the single most important defense.

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Boxelder bugs are more of a nuisance simply because of their large numbers, and not because of potential damage they could do to your home. They can bite but usually cause only minor irritation. Here'e how to get rid of boxelder bugs in your home.

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FAQ-What are the massed bugs on and in my house and how can I get rid of them? It is likely that the bugs on your house are either boxelder bugs or lady beetles. Especially in the fall, both of these insects are attracted to buildings with a large southern or western exposure, or buildings that are taller than, or isolated from other structures ...

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Let's face it. Even if you don't have a boxelder tree in your yard, there could be other factors making your house look more awesome to a boxelder bug. And besides, there are ways to kill boxelder bugs before they even become a nuisance. How to Get Rid of Boxelder Bugs: Myths vs. Reality. Will soapy water kill boxelder bugs? Sorry folks.

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Prevention-How to get rid of boxelder bugs. Prevention is key to getting rid of boxelder bugs. Spray the exterior walls of your home in the fall with a residual insecticide to stop them from over-wintering if you have not sprayed earlier. If you treat earlier (early summer months), you have the best chance to control the immature stages of ...

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Boxelder bugs like warm areas and are attracted to buildings with a lot of southern or western exposure. The best time to control them is in the fall and is most effective by sealing openings and the timely use of insecticides They normally do not cause property damage but they can potentially ...

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In the fall, you may see box elder bugs gathering in groups on sidewalks, walls, tree trunks, or other sunny locations. The insects congregate for warmth. Adult box elder bugs survive the winter by seeking shelter in protected locations, and your house may be the perfect place for them to stay warm.