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Re: carpenter bee strategies


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Posted by John Fasoldt on 13:31:53 9/20/2009 from 173.72.2.158:

In reply to: carpenter bee strategies posted by Mollie on 13:16:26 9/20/2009 from 71.53.196.242:

Not sure, Molly. Perhaps, even though carpenter bees aren't on the list of moth crystal/ball insects. Interesting question, however.

I think a cotton ball soaked in xylene and jammed into the hole might be a bit more effective. Pick up xylene at the paint store.

---John



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