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Re: carpenter bees


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Posted by John Fasoldt on 5:48:37 9/11/2008 from 24.0.128.169:

In reply to: carpenter bees posted by hairbender on 19:12:46 9/10/2008 from 69.77.201.198:

I see you emailed me also, and I bounced your email back by mistake, (sorry about that!) so I'll answer here.

I have never seen CBs do what you describe... Although I always have to say that I "never say never...." And I have seen bumble bees do that, so perhaps your original guess is correct.

I think you should wait until after the first hard freeze and then seal the crack with an appropriate sealant. You can skip the chemicals.

---John



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