Insects have been a component of the outside experience, whether at barbecues, soccer matches, or picnics in the back yard. When bugs strike fear in your loved ones and friends, it is time to take action to handle the problem.
We’re familiar with stinging insects, but just how much do we understand about wasp control particularly? Are they toxic? How best to remove a nest? These questions and many others are answered here.
How do I distinguish them from a bee?
The two are often confused for one another, but differences exist that set them apart.
Are they harmful?
Another gap is that wasps are predatory insects and are therefore more aggressive. They are able to sting several times, unlike the bee that loses its ability to sting after the very first time.
These wasps are Venomous insects, and based on the individual a sting could result in a critical reaction. Upsetting an entire nest can, obviously, result in many stings which could prove fatal to even the healthiest person.
What should I do if I find a nest?
Contrary to other insect problems which can be handled by finding pest management products, dealing with a nest is always best left to the professionals. Even the smallest wrong move could provoke the nest sometimes comprising 1000+wasps into attack mode.
Want a nest removed?
A Qualified pest control technician will spray a potent dust into the nest which coats the insects and kills them. The bulk of the procedure usually takes a couple of hours and should eliminate the threat in one treatment.
How do I keep them away?
Once the Nest is eliminated, it’s a good idea to measure wasp control later on. When dining outside, try to keep food inside until it is time to eat, and also keep beef covered until ready to barbecue.
While there is small goals to be achieved about the occasional stinger, be watching for Signs of a nest on your house. One moment could escalate to a crisis the next. Call a reputable Ocala Wildlife Control if you notice increased action.