Aerosol pesticides containing pyrethrum, such as CB Extra or PT 565 Plus, are effective against ground bees and other kinds of yellow jackets. Following application of an aerosol spray, prevent future hatching by treatin... More »

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Soapy water and boric acid are household products that can kill bees. Boric acid dust or powder is an insecticide that is useful for bumblebees and carpenter bees. More »

The best method for killing carpenter bees is to use an insecticide dust in and around their nests. Many commercial traps are available that can kill carpenter bees more naturally without using harsh chemicals or poisons... More »

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Soap and water kills ground bees by pouring the solution on their nest. Moreover, sprinkling boric acid at the entrance of a bee nest causes the natural toxin to spread throughout the entire nest, killing the bee populat... More »

Most household insecticides will kill love bugs. Love bugs do not respond to common bug repellents, including sprays and citronella candles, because the carbon dioxide does not attract them like it does other insects. More »

Products that kill ants include liquid ant bait, bait granules, borax and insecticides that contain ingredients such as permethrin, bifenthrin and deltamethrin. Use a mixture of vinegar and water to remove ant trails. More »

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Pouring a solution of soap and water over ground bees' nests is one way to kill them in the ground. Boric acid sprinkled at the entrance of a ground bees nest can cause the natural toxin to spread into the nest and kill ... More »