How do you get rid of ground bees?


In order to get rid of ground bees, you need to first locate their nest. Next, you will have to prepare to kill the bees. Spraying Raid is your best option. Spray on day one and again on day two. After day two, you will need to get rid of the bee nest.
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1 Ascertain exactly what type of bee infestation you have (there are many resources online for bee identification) . A bee colony typically contains anywhere from 8,000 to 60,000
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Are you sure they are not wasps? Shame to kill bees they are becoming scarcer each year and this is becoming a world wide problem. Bee hives/swarms safely moved, call a local bee
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How to Get Rid of In-Ground Bees
Eliminating in-ground bees--that is, bees that nest under ground in abandoned animal burrows--becomes necessary when the offending colony has taken up residence in a traveled area of your lawn or garden. Bees are extremele important to the ecosystem, so... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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