To remove a beehive, it is necessary to apply a pesticide or soapy water to the nest. In some cases, honey bees can be removed by a professional beekeeper free of charge. Removal may require several treatments with soapy water or pesticide to ensure the bees do not pose a threat during removal.Know More
It is necessary to know whether the bees are honey bees or another variety before removing the nest. In some regions, honey bees are relocated rather than removed to preserve the hive.
If the bees pose a threat, apply a commercial pesticide after dusk when the bees are less active. Reapply the pesticide daily until the bees are no longer active. An alternative to traditional pesticides is spraying the nest with soapy water. Mix 1 ounce of dish detergent per gallon of water, and spray the entrance to the hive thoroughly. Repeat as needed until the bees are no longer present.
Wearing protective clothing, wrap a garbage bag around the entire nest. Tie the bag tightly, and dispose of the nest. If the nest is in a hard-to-reach location, such as inside a wall, apply pesticide to the inside of the wall, and close the bees' entrance permanently.
Building a beehive is the first step in becoming a beekeeper. Planning a beehive involves choosing a type of beehive for your specific needs and constructing the hive.Full Answer >
To get rid of a beehive inside a wall, drill holes around the hive, apply insecticide, open the wall, remove the hive, and wash the wall. The supplies you need include a drinking glass, a drill, a dry insecticide sprayer, insecticide, a saw, gloves, a scraper, water and detergent.Full Answer >
A wasp swarm refers to either a large group of wasps concentrated around a tall structure during mating season or the mass of wasps that rush out of the nest to defend it when disturbed. Wasps do not swarm for any other reason.Full Answer >
To remove a wasp nest, knock it down if it is in its early stages, spray the nest with insecticide, and remove the nest manually by trapping it in a garbage bag. The degree of difficulty varies depending on the severity of the infestation.Full Answer >