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      I was sweeping the cinder block foundation of dust & spider webs preparing it for painting with Drylock when I noticed wasps going up under the siding.  A neighbor destroyed a mud nest hanging on her porch.  Putting a mirror under the siding did not reveal the nest.  I sprayed with Raid Wasp & Hornet but I am unable to reach the nest. Please advise.

      I don’t think the wasp and hornet spray you’ve applied will help. Here’s why.

      You see, these products are designed for a quick kill in open areas and don’t offer any kind of residual action. So unless you were able to coat every member of the colony with the spray, its highly likely the nest will continue to prosper and be active. So if you see them active 1-2 days after you sprayed, it will be clear the treatment didn’t work.

      And if it didn’t work, you’ll need to do one of the following treatments.

      The first would be to apply DRIONE DUST listed in our WASP CONTROL article. Drione is quite “smokey” and when applied into any kind of small entrance way it will easily permeate up and into all parts of the nest assuring a quick and complete kill. So if I was to treat your home as a pest control professional, its most likely the product I’d use.

      To see how well it works, check out the following video. This video shows what Drione will do to a yellow jacket nest. Granted the treatment in this video was done to a nest located in the ground but regardless of where the nest is located, Drione will work the same way.

      http://bugspray.com/how-to-treat-yellow-jacket-nest-ground.html

      Now the only potential problem of using Drione is that if you don’t get the entire nest, you could force the wasps to find another route of entry in and out of your home.

      And when this happens, there is always a chance they will find a route which leads to inside living areas. For obvious reasons, this would be bad. So if you’re uncomfortable doing the treatment because of this risk, there is a second option that will work. It just takes a bit longer but it will do the job.

      So this second option would involve the use of PHANTOM AEROSOL. This product is slow to work and doesn’t kill or repel insects like Drione or Wasp Freeze.

      So if you were to mist the nest entry way every evening just after dark for say 5-10 seconds and then let the nest sit overnight, you should be able to kill any wasp entering the area. As stated the Phantom won’t kill them on contact. But after 2-4 days of them touching the treated surfaces and then “sharing” the treatment with other members of the colony, the Phantom will “translocate” to other members. And as it moves throughout the nest it will eventually effect all of them leading to the nest dying.

      Phantom comes with a straw injector and I recommend you use this to direct the spray up and into the nest hole. Again, you’ll want to do this in the evening when they’re all back inside and resting and you’ll want to get 5-10 seconds of spray applied every evening until all activity ceases. Based on previous results I’ve seen afield, it usually takes 3-5 days for the nest to become inactive. At that point you can cease treating.

      Oh, and if you sneak in quietly and spray for 5-10 seconds and then leave quickly, there will be little or no risk of you being stung since you won’t be hanging around after you spray.

      Here are direct links to the information and products listed above:

      Drione:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/dust/drione-dust

      Hand Duster: http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/dusters/crusader

      Phantom Aerosol: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/aerosol/pt-phantom-17-5oz

      Wasp Control:  http://www.wasps.net/wasp-and-hornet-control

      Give us a call if you need more help. Our toll free is 1-800-877-7290 and we’re open 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Mon-Thur; 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM Friday and 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Saturday, Eastern Standard Time.

      Jonathan
      Customer Care

      http://bugspray.com

      1-800-877-7290

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        Can you recommend a liquid concentrate that I can put into a pump sprayer? We have railings with spindles around our porch. Wasps love the “nooks” created at the top between spindles. Only way to get to spray up is from right underneath. Aerosol cans don’t work due to need to angle can to almost horizontal. Thanks!

        We’ve got two options that will work. The first is a liquid known as CYPERMETHRIN CONCENTRATE. You can find it mentioned in our WASP CONTROL article. As the article details, wasps and other flying insects hate cypermethrin and will avoid anywhere it’s been applied. You can use it on your homes siding, soffits, railings, around windows, shutters, etc. Basically anywhere wasps want to make nests. Treatments will last 30-60 days and will both kill and repel any that come to the treated areas so you can use it to control existing nests and to help stop nests from being formed.

        The second option is actually an aerosol. Now unlike a standard “wasp freeze” type aerosol, this product can be used to spot treat by “misting” the spray over the areas you want to treat. This means you won’t have to spray with the can pointed directly upside down which can no doubt cause issues. I actually use this product all the time on my boat to get wasps that want to make nests on my boats bimini top. I have to point the aerosol slightly “up”, at about a 45 degree angle, but it works fine at that angle. And it only takes 2-3 seconds of mist to get the surface treated. I’m mostly treating mud daubers but it will work on any kind of wasp.

        So if you can get close to the “nooks” you mention are having the problem, PHANTOM AEROSOL might be something you can employ. It’s odorless, goes on dry and is very easy to use – especially if spraying a liquid can be messy where you need to treat. Just keep in mind Phantom is not a contact killer like the Cypermethrin. So even if you spray a wasp directly, it will not die. Now this is very much by design; Phantom takes 2-3 days to kill targeted insects but by taking this long to work, it can actually affect many other wasps so this feature is very much a “good thing”. Its also the reason for the products name; phantom insinuates that the treatment is undetectable by the wasps so they’ll readily walk over it without being repelled or concerned. And by not noticing it’s present, they will be picking up the treatment and as a consequence, die.

        Here are links to these items in our cart.     Please show your support for our business by purchasing the items we recommend from the links provided. Remember, this is the only way we can stay around and be here to answer your questions and keep this valuable web site up and running. Thanks for your business!

        Cypermethrin: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/liquid/viper-cypermethrin

        Phantom Aerosol: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/aerosol/pt-phantom-17-5oz

        Pump Sprayer: http://www.bugspraycart.com/good/pump-sprayers

        Trombone: http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/sprayers/trombone-sprayer

        Give us a call if you need more help. Our toll free is 1-800-877-7290 and we’re open 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM Mon-Thur; 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM Friday and 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Saturday, Eastern Standard Time.

        Jonathan
        Customer Care
        www.bugspray.com

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          We have wasps in a glass enclosed propane fire place. Don’t know where the nest is but there are probably two dozen on the glass. How to remove them safely? Any suggestions? Thanks.

          The easiest thing to try would be to open the flue and hope they “feel” the air flow that will be created. Typically when they do they’ll figure out how “follow the flow” and by doing so, they’ll get up and out of the area. This usually resolves the issue 50% of the time.

          Now if this doesn’t work, turn on the stove. No doubt the flame will either force them to exit or they’ll die. Either way they’ll be gone.

          But once they’re gone, your problem is far from over. I say this because what you’re experiencing is normal this time of year.

          Like many insects, wasps will be seeking a good place to hibernate for the winter and no doubt they’ve found your home to be a good spot to use. That means more will be coming  and finding their way into your fireplace.

          So to stop this from continuing to happen all winter, you’ll have to do some treating. And the first place to start will be the outside area where they’re no doubt entering and/or roosting. The good news is this treatment could solve the issue. You see, wasps love congregating under most any exterior siding used on the average home as explained here:

          Hibernating Wasps: http://www.wasps.net/#lt-strong-gt-wasps-hibernate-during-the-winter-lt-strong-gt

          So if you were to get some of the DRIONE DUST we have listed in our article and apply it to the top of your chimney box, there is a good chance this will kill any wasps present as well as prevent more from coming around and trying to use the area to hibernate. Drione can last 6-12 months and it’s a great product to use around the entire homes exterior once a year to prevent insects from nesting or roosting.

          Now if you’re able to climb up onto your roof and get to the chimney box safely, you’ll only need a simple HAND DUSTER to apply the Drione. But if you can’t get that close, the DUSTICK will be the applicator you’ll need to get the job done. The Dustick is ideal for reaching up high can be particularly helpful if you decide you want to dust the rest of the homes exterior but don’t feel like climbing a ladder. I use it to apply Drione around my home about once a year and it stops pretty much any kind of pest including wasps, bees, ants, roaches, spiders and more.

          Now in most cases, dusting these areas will resolve the problem. But if for some reason these wasps were actually targeting the inside of the fireplace exhaust pipe (which I’ve seen happen), then you’ll need to set up a treatment that will be spraying this space on a regular basis.

          And this treatment will have to be ongoing because there is nothing you can use in this area that will last once you burn a flame. In other words, fire will destroy any chemical treatment immediately so if you are burning the flame on a regular basis, the easiest way to deal with this problem from happening would be to set an AEROSOL 1000 machine in the fireplace.

          These machines are basically an auto dispensing system (they’re quite small too) that work by releasing small amounts of aerosol set to a timer you control. These treatments won’t last long which is why you want to set the machine to go off at least once an  hour, all the time. They run on batteries and are easy to deploy. And once in place and working, if any wasps fly into your flue and linger, the aerosol’s active will either chase them away or kill them.

          Now if you want to turn your fireplace on and burn the flame, you’ll need to pull the machine out of and turn it off but this is easy to do and will only take a second.

          And you will need to keep the machine filled with a fresh can of PURGE III which will need to be replaced about once every 1-2 months. Purge is safe to use in the home and won’t pose a hazard to people or pets so it’s safe for this application need. And it will work on any other pest that tries to get into this space so its a good choice for use in the fireplace.

          Here are links to these items in our cart.     Please show your support for our business by purchasing the items we recommend from the links provided. Remember, this is the only way we can stay around and be here to answer your questions and keep this valuable web site up and running. Thanks for your business!


          Drione: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/dust/drione-dust

          Hand Duster: http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/dusters/crusader

          Dustick: http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/dusters/dustick

          Aerosol 1000: http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/foggers/aerosol-dispenser-1000

          Purge: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/aerosol/purge-iii-6-25-oz

          Give us a call if you need more help. Our toll free is 1-800-877-7290 and we’re open 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM Mon-Thur; 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM Friday and 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Saturday, Eastern Standard Time.

          Tech Support
          www.bugspray.com

           

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            I live in a 2 story house and every year in the spring there is a huge swarm of wasps at the top corner of the 2nd story. I need something that will let me spray 30 ft high to be able to kill them all. Do you have a sprayer that will spray that high? Thanks John

            We have a couple. The most popular is the Trombone Sprayer. There is a video on the following product page which does a good job showing how it operates:

            Trombone:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/sprayers/trombone-sprayer

            The Trombone sprayer makes applying a good wasp spray like Cypermethrin easy.

            Cypermethrin: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/liquid/viper-cypermethrin

            But to get complete control of this problem, you will probably need to dust up under the siding, facia boards and possibly the roofing in the area. This is all covered in our Wasp Control article in the following section:

            http://www.wasps.net/wasp-and-hornet-control/#lt-strong-gt-dust-gutters-soffits-overhangs-wood-siding-light-fixtures-and-other-exterior-areas-lt-strong-gt

            Use Drione for this application and if you treat once a year (usually in the spring), this problem can be managed so it won’t be coming back over and over.

            Drione:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/dust/drione-dust

            Since wasps like to hibernate in these areas, treating with a long lasting dust like Drione can prevent such infestations and is well worth the time and effort to get done every year.

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              Hi! I had wasps sneaking in above and finally making it into our bathroom fan and freaking out my son. I had a prof pest control (?!) up until then. When a red wasp made it to the bathroom late last summer, the owner came and treated the attic, etc. I have since fired them. I thought one had to re spray/dust in the spring. I have a 4500 sq foot vinyl house in the country. I am a girl but I have crawled up in the attic before. What all should I get? It’s been cold in AL so I haven’t seen any wasps until today and don’t want them to pheromone their way back…EVER. Thanks!

              If you read our Wasp Control article, you’ll see a product called Drione Dust mentioned repeatedly. If you apply it up under the siding once in the spring and once in the fall, you won’t have wasps foraging into your home anymore. Apply it with a Dustick and Hand Duster.

              Drione:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/dust/drione-dust

              Dustick:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/dusters/dustick

              Hand Duster: http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/dusters/crusader

              You should also dust the attic at least once a year with the drione. Use 1 lb per 1000 sq/ft and use a Dustin Mizer or Power Duster to get it applied.

              Dustin Mizer:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/dusters/dustin-mizerdeflector

              Power Duster: http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/dusters/bg-2250-electric-duster-110-v

              Lastly, if you find some flying around the outside of the vinyl trying to rest, spray with Cypermethrin. It’s highly repellent to wasps and will keep them off the exterior for a month or per treatment.

              Cypermethrin: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/liquid/viper-cypermethrin

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                We have red wasps in our cabin. We have sealed every place we can find and we still have red wasps in the living area. We have had the cabin sprayed three times and it didn’t stop them at all. I need someone or something to take care of our problem or at least tell us how we can solve our wasp problem. Thanks!

                To start, I suggest you read our wasp control article. This will explain what’s happening so you’ll understand better what type of treatments are needed, the best products to use, etc.

                Wasp Control:  http://www.wasps.net/wasp-and-hornet-control

                As you’ll learn, these wasps are using your cabin to overwinter. And since most every structure will have many points of entry, letting them overwinter on the structure means you’ll no doubt be seeing some inside the cabin during the winter since they’ll naturally be attracted to the warmth inside.

                Now can you ever effectively “seal” them out? Unfortunately no. At least not from our experience or from what we’re hearing from professional companies, other businesses and homeowners. No doubt lots of people have tried but by design, most every structure (including log cabins) are built to “breath”. This design is inherent to allowing pests like wasps access to the inside areas which means any pest that uses structures to hibernate will inevitably end up inside too. So don’t feel your attempt at sealing them out failed; it was most likely not going to work anyway.

                But what will work is the use of Drione and Cypermethrin applied to the outside of the structure as our article explains. In fact, dusting with Drione every spring and fall is usually all one would need to do to keep wasps away. It’s all I do around my home and it’s done the job repelling wasps, bees, roaches, ants, crickets, stinkbugs and ladybugs.

                Now using a Dustick will make the treatment easy to do from the ground and if you get some Drione up into every crack and crevice on every side of the cabin, overhangs, window frames, door frames, etc., you’ll effectively take away all their secret nest sites as well as their route of entry. In the end, this is what you must do to get rid of them.

                Drione:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/dust/drione-dust

                Dustick:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/dusters/dustick

                Now even though it’s most likely still winter where you reside, dusting now would provide immediate relief from the problem. So to start, either hire a company to dust your home or get the products from us and do the work yourself. With our “how to” training video’s, you should be able to do the work effectively which will no doubt cost a lot less compared to hiring a service company. Plus, getting a company to treat as thoroughly as is needed can be very expensive.

                Now for this first year of treating, you’ll need to dust again in the spring, around April or May, to get the cabin protected for the summer. And then dust one more time this September/October to make sure they don’t come back to hibernate for next winter.

                Lastly, one day after the spring and fall dusting, you should spray the siding and overhangs with Cypermethrin using any standard Pump Sprayer. Be sure to apply at least 3-4 gallons of mixed material during these treatments. This way you’ll know you used enough.

                Cypermethrin: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/liquid/viper-cypermethrin

                Eliminator: http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/sprayers/eliminator-gallon-sprayer

                So for this year, dusting 3 times and spraying at least twice will be the course of action that will get your cabin wasp free and keep it wasp free next winter. And if you follow this treatment schedule for 2013, for 2014 all you’ll need to do is dust in the spring and fall to maintain this level of control. In other words, you won’t have to keep spraying; just dusting will do the job. Good luck!

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                  We have been plagued with those Red devils for as long as I can remember. We have had professional exterminators come and dust the attic, replaced our traditional roof with a metal roof, even got rid of our family pool to deter the buggers. Nothings seems to keeps them away from our house! We have seen where they are going in the small ridges on the metal roof but can’t see an actual nest anywhere. Occasionally we find almost dead ones in our basement near the furnace/ac unit. We are at our wits end trying to get these aggressive devils defeated. Any suggestions?

                  This is an easy one. First, read our WASP CONTROL article. In the article you’ll learn about a dust called DRIONE. This dust is highly repellent to all flying insects – especially wasps. Get this applied to any crack or crevice your red wasps are using and they’ll immediately avoid entering the treated area again.

                  Drione:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/dust/drione-dust

                  To apply the dust, use a HAND DUSTER or DUSTICK depending on how accessible the are is you want to treat.

                  Hand Duster: http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/dusters/crusader

                  Dustick:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/dusters/dustick

                  I feel it’s important to point out that Drione is rarely used by pest control companies and when they do choose to apply some, it’s only in cases where they know they need to get positive results. As distributors of pest control products, we know what companies use and in every case they’ll choose the least costly dust for the job. In most cases this strategy will work fine but unfortunately it won’t work for wasps.

                  So if you want to get them off and away from your home, have a service company apply Drione to the entire exterior of your home or do the work yourself and in the process, save a lot of money and know the job is being done properly and thoroughly.

                  Now since Drione will last a long time, we have found that if you dust your home’s siding in the spring and fall, you can keep it wasp free. But if you see wasp activity on the exterior surfaces of your home that you can’t dust, go with the CYPERMETHRIN listed in our article. Cypermethrin is a concentrate that is applied with a sprayer. Simply put, it’s like Drione in that wasps don’t like it.

                  Cypermethrin: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/liquid/viper-cypermethrin

                  Cypermethrin will need to be applied monthly using a PUMP SPRAYER  or a HOSE END SPRAYER. Treat the exterior of your home, plants, outside furniture, etc.

                  Eliminator: http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/sprayers/eliminator-gallon-sprayer

                  Hose End Sprayer:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/sprayers/gilmour-20g-390

                  Wasp Control:  http://www.wasps.net/wasp-and-hornet-control

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                    Hi, I built a small log cabin last year and this spring I noticed wasps going in places in on the outside log wall. The cabin is in Southern Utah. I am allergic to wasps, yellow jackets and hornets. What is the best way for me to get rid of them in around the cabin. Do you sell the products? Thank you.

                    If you review our WASP CONTROL ARTICLE, you’ll learn wasps are naturally attracted to dead wood and since a cabin is made up of nothing but dead wood, it’s sure to draw a lot of attention if left untreated. In our article you’ll also learn about several products that can be used to keep them away but based on your message, there are three that I’d use if it was my cabin.

                    The first would be DRIONE DUST. This product is very active on wasps and if you go around the cabin dusting all the cracks and crevices into which they might try to nest, you’ll quickly kill any there and keep them away for months. Basically Drione Dust used in the spring and fall would be all that’s needed because it works that good.

                    Unfortunately Drione is a little tedious to apply and for some people, the extra work is not what they’d prefer over using a spray. So if you prefer to mix something up with water and spray, do so with the CYPERMETHRIN. It will repel wasps well but it just won’t last as long as the Drione. For that reason you’ll have to apply it throughout the year. Bank on once a month applications to stay on top of these pests.

                    Lastly, the NBS PAINT ADDITIVE is something I feel like I should mention so that the next time you paint or stain the cabin, you can add some to the application and get in doing so get extra long repellency. NBS is a natural insect repellent and wasps, ants and bees will stay off of where it’s been applied.

                    Here are direct links to the information and products listed above and yes, we do sell them all through these links as well as over the phone for call in orders.

                    Drione:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/dust/drione-dust

                    Hand Duster: http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/dusters/crusader

                    Dustick:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/dusters/dustick

                    Cypermethrin: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/liquid/viper-cypermethrin

                    NBS Repellent:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/exempt/additive/nbs-paint-additive-16-oz

                    Wasp Control:  http://www.wasps.net/wasp-and-hornet-control

                     

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                      Hi,

                      I would like to know if the attached picture is wasp damage to my deck? It is not a hole borrowed into the wood. It looks like something was almost scratching at the surface of all the spindles (which are cedar). Please let me know. Thanks.

                      Wasp Damage



                      No doubt this is some kind of insect damage and most likely due to a “girdling” wasp. Common wasps that girdle include EUROPEAN HORNETS, YELLOW JACKETS and BALD FACED  HORNETS but there are others. Regardless of the species that’s causing the damage, if you wish to stop it from happening you’ve got a couple of treatment options.

                      The first would be to leave the wood as it is and spray it down with some CYPERMETHRIN. Wasps hate this stuff and will avoid treated surfaces. Treat as needed; usually 1-2 sprayings per month will keep them away. Mix at the rate of 1 oz per gallon of water.

                      A more permanent solution would be to sand the wood down and then finish it with some paint or stain. But before you apply the finish, be sure and add some NBS PAINT/STAIN ADDITIVE. The NBS will act as a long lasting residual repellent and need only be applied every year or so. Now if it wears out and the finish is still good, spray with the Cypermethrin should the damaging pests come back.

                      Cypermethrin: http://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/liquid/viper-cypermethrin

                      NBS Repellent:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/exempt/additive/nbs-paint-additive-16-oz

                      European Hornets: http://www.bugspray.com/article/eurohornet.html

                      Yellow Jackets:  http://www.bugspray.com/article/yellowjackets.html

                      Wasp Control:  http://www.wasps.net/wasp-and-hornet-control

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                        I am on the board of directors of a club located on a lake. We have a wasp problem on our docks this season due to the warm winter. We have been told that no poisons can be used on or around the lake. Do you know if your product is legal to use since it is a natural repellent? Do you have any experience with situations like this?

                        In fact I do. But first I feel it’s important to understand that we don’t sell “poison”. We carry an extensive line of pesticides and no doubt some of these can be “poisonous” to non-target insects and animals when used against what their label recommends. For this reason it’s important to read any label prior to making a pesticide application to insure you don’t use something that will cause it to present a danger or hazard to some non target organism.

                        And when it comes to treating around a lake, there is no doubt a very limited amount of products that can be “safely” used in such a vulnerable environment. This is mostly due to the fact that any product which gets into the water will present a direct threat to the aquatic wildlife including fish, plants and other animals. And if you were to read most any label of the products we carry, you’ll find 99.9% of them will have statements making it clear that they should not be used around lakes, ponds, rivers, streams, etc. However, there is one group of products that can be safely used around your lake.

                        Back in the 80’s the federal government passed a law that created a group of pesticides which are federally exempt from needing to get registered. Essentially these products use actives which are known to be very safe, have a low to no impact when used and won’t pose a hazard to people, the environment or other non-target organisms. And in recent years, these products have gained in popularity. In fact, we have several that do quite well handling a wide range of problems including wasps.

                        So for your problem, the list of what you can spray safely will be limited but fortunately, there is an option. Known as ESSENTRIA IC3, this concentrate can be mixed with water and sprayed or fogged on and around boat docks. In fact it works great for mosquitoes, wasps and a whole lot of other pests. And it’s labeled for use on boat docks (top of page 4 of it’s SPECIMEN LABEL). I suggest you consider this fine product because it will both control and repel wasps and other pests and when used properly. Most importantly, it won’t pose a hazard to the water, people or other life around the lake.

                        Essentria IC3: http://www.bugspraycart.com/exempt/liquid/eco-excempt-gal

                        And here are some applicators you can use for the treatment.

                        Eliminator: http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/sprayers/eliminator-gallon-sprayer

                        FM6309:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/foggers/fogmaster-6309-120-v

                        Back Pack Mister: http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/foggers/solo-mistblower-backpack

                         

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