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Posted by John Fasoldt on 15:23:26 5/25/2008 from 24.0.128.169:

In reply to: ok, thanks. can i get you? lol.. posted by steve on 15:13:30 5/25/2008 from 68.84.40.146:

The bees you're talking about, are they little bees, ones that make a bunch of little holes that each one goes into? Not one hole, but many different holes. If so, they call these "digger bees" - they get worse over the years, if you do nothing about them. Not a sting danger, but they will tear up a lawn. We've done bunch this year.

The other bees, the ones in the siding, are they all going into some crack, crevice or hole? There would have to be an actual "nest" to treat for those. Not much you can do for free-flying bees, wasps or hornets...

And I do come to your area, although not on any regular basis. Every two weeks or so, I guess.



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