How to Get Rid of Underground Bees?

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If you have to get rid of underground bees than it is an easy process. First you would cover their tunnels with dirt so that they don't seep through. Then at your local hardware store they will have a spray that is a dusting spray. Other insecticide treatments or sprays can also be used but the dusting spray works the best. You can find more information here: http://www.ipm.iastate.edu/ipm/hortnews/1994/5-11-1994/gndbee.html
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How to get rid of underground bees; if you are sure they are bees, is by calling a beekeeper. Bees are critical for pollination. Without pollination our crops will suffer. If there
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Answer You can pour very soapy hot water down the entrance and scatter mothballs around and in the nest. Then, cover the entrance with dirt and keep the soil moist at all times, like
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