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Re: carpenter bees


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Posted by George Miklowcic on 21:05:02 8/5/2015 from 74.243.174.196:

In reply to: Re: carpenter bees posted by John Fasoldt on 8:27:41 7/1/2015 from 108.24.145.68:

Best to wait 1-2 weeks after the newborn bees emerge to let the pesticide work. Stuff a small wad of steel wool into the 1/2" entry hole and seal the hole with caulk, or better, glued wooden plug. If you had problems once with carpenter bees, they will be back. It's highly recommended to hang carpenter bee traps around your home from early spring through late fall to reduce the chances of re-infestation.



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