Young queen wasps mate in a home nest. When other wasps die off, the queen wasp leaves the colony and hibernates under a rock or inside tree bark for the winter. More »

During the winter months, the queen wasp either hibernates in her old nest, or she constructs a small, discreet hibernation cell. When the queen emerges between April and early June, she abandons the old nest or hibernat... More »

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Typically, wasps go through a life cycle that lasts from spring to fall, and they obtain nectar, rubbish and insects in the area for their food supply. They are not likely to die from starvation during this period but ra... 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 »

Some common garden bugs include honey bees, aphid midges, braconid wasps, damsel bugs, ground beetles and lady beetles, to name a few. These insects are all beneficial, providing control of pestilent insects. More »

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Facts about wasps include that there are more than 30,000 different wasps in the world, that wasps come in many different colors, that wasps have a more narrow waist when compared to bees and that not all wasps sting peo... More »

Liquid dish detergent, water and homemade traps can be used to kill wasps. When using home remedies to kill wasps, work during the early evening to prevent stings. More »