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Started by Beetle, June 26, 2021, 10:37:21 AM
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Quote from: itieuglyflies on June 26, 2021, 19:40:21 PMCountry boy way..... Wait til dark. Pour half cup of gasoline down hole, wait 30 seconds.....light.
Quote from: Mudwall Gatewood 3.0 on June 27, 2021, 08:26:43 AMNot a trendy response I know, but it takes a very specific location for me to destroy a yellowjacket nest, or any other stinging critter. If mowing, I get stung and mow around it the next time. Believe it or not, these nasty sons-a-bitches do have a role to play and jobs to do.https://www.pestcontrolplus.biz/yellow-jackets/yellow-jackets-beneficial-insects/#:~:text=Are%20Yellow%20Jackets%20Beneficial%20Insects%3F%201%20Few%20facts,feed%20on%20the%20soft-bodied%20insects.%20More%20items...%20Obviously if you, or family, are allergic then having a nest close means do your thing. I've never had a reaction to any sting. And I made sure my son when he was 3 or 4 would not. I deliberately made sure he got stung on our back deck when we lived in town, close to medical relief. The wife almost called social services on me. It is damned important to know if a child will react to stings before taking them into the wild far from help. I have yet to persuade my daughter in law to let my grandson endure a few test stings. Speaking of igniting petroleum products in the nest holes, this is how the locals used to get rid of ground hogs.