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Re: Carpenter Bees - Life Cycle & When to Treat?


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Posted by Joan on 9:19:36 7/19/2008 from 68.255.72.89:

In reply to: Re: Carpenter Bees - Life Cycle & When to Treat? posted by John Fasoldt on 21:02:20 7/18/2008 from 24.0.128.169:

"Local", in my case, is Lansing, Michigan. This Spring was wet and (some say) cooler than usual. Hot and muggy the last couple of weeks. I will talk with the local (indepedent) pest control inspector who did the "pest" part of my pre-purchase home inspection in May (and found - later treated - Carpenter Ants, also "unknown" to the previous homeowners). Sounds like L. might be my best bet to assess location (now that entrance holes are visible - which was not the case in May) and apply insect screening whereever possible. I'll use your guidance in my interview with L. Thanks for the advice.



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