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 Differences Between Carpenter Bees & Bumble Bees?

Answer Although both bees are beneficial pollinators, carpenter bees are more of a nuisance. The carpenter bee is more likely to use former nesting spots and wood can be damaged with multiple burrow holes... Read More »
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How much of a threat are bees in the house to your two-month old daughter if occasionally you find bees in your house and most often they are dead but recently one was flying around?

Answer Me personally I wouldn't let a bee near a young baby, in case he/she is allergic, I just wouldn't risk it at all. And the dead ones who's to say it hasn't already bit someone??
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How to Get Rid of Bees?

There is so little information out there about how to get rid of bees that isn't just a topical, superficial overview, if not misleading or downright incorrect. This is a a more in-depth look at be... Read More »
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How Can I Get Rid of Bees?

With their pollination of flowers and production of honey, bees are a wonderful part of the natural world. When they set up their hive in your eaves or in a tree near your home, however, they can t... Read More »
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How do you get rid of bees wasps and ant?

Twice a year I spray around the base of the house for ants/termites. As to bees/wasps you have to find where they are and spray for them. I myself am in detant. If the nest is not in a bad pla... Read More »
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