How to Repel Bees
Repelling bees is best done by planting strong-smelling herbs that bees tend to stay away from, such as spearmint, thyme and eucalyptus, and by rubbing the skin with eucalyptus, vegetable, olive, lavender or citronella oil. Set boundaries for bees,...
Try strong-scented natural repellents. Catnip essential oil has been shown to be
effective at driving away bees ...
If your area is prone to swarms of bees or wasps, in addition to mixing up a
repellent you may want to take stock of your garden and its plants. It's possible
Jul 23, 2013 ... Moth balls are another effective repellent for bees. Cut the feet off of a few pairs of
pantyhose and fill them with moth balls. Tie the pantyhose off ...
There are a number of natural techniques used to repel bees and wasps without
harming them. Bees and wasps are drawn to sweet smells such as honey, fruit ...
One of the simplest methods to repel bees is to liberally sprinkle garlic powder in
places where the bees congregate. Not only will they generally avoid the area, ...
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Additionally, many of these products are toxic and will kill the bees rather than
repel them. Homemade nontoxic honeybee repellents let you work in the garden