Household Products to Kill Bees?


Bees, like all insects, can be killed with the following household products: a soap or detergent, because it blocks the pores that they breathe through. One method is to make a thick solution of dish detergent (in the ratio of one cup detergent to one gallon of water) and spray it directly onto the bees. Another method is to mix a few tablespoons of detergent with about a quart of soda or sugar water, and put it in a container. The bees will be attracted to the sweet liquid and the detergent in the mixture will kill them.
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1. Identify where the bees are nesting; choose your means of elimination. Wear long pants and boots, a long-sleeved shirt, gloves and a mask. 2. Place dish soap around the outside
Extension entomologists agree that the best way to prevent
A mousetrap or rat poisin. Also, a baseball bat, axe, hammer, your foot.etc.
Why are you killing bees? With a near crisis on bee populations and world food sources, we can't be killing bees. Then again are these truly bees or something else. If honey bees
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How to Kill Bees With Household Products
Bees serve the ecosystem by pollinating from one place to another, but they can be pesky to have around the house. Bees are attracted to sugar, sweet smelling perfumes and flowers. Bee stings are of little consequence for most people, but they can be... More »
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