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 How to Get Rid of Wood-Boring Bees?

Answer Carpenter bees, also known as wood bees, are large and resemble the common bumblebee. Contrary to belief, these bees don't eat the wood. They burrow throughout the wood to build their nests for the... Read More »
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Do boring bees have stingers?

only the female has the stinger...she's the one that does the boring...the males are the ones that fly all around you when you go out into the yard, they have no stingers
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How to Get Rid of Wood Boring Bugs?

Wood boring bugs are insects that bore into and damage the structural integrity of wood. There are hundreds of species of wood boring bugs, but they can be classified into a few categories includin... Read More »
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Wood Boring Machine Instructions?

Wood boring machines are used to bore pocket holes for wood screws. The holes are drilled diagonally through the face of wood. The hole then emerges out the side of the wood. When a screw is placed... Read More »
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Wood Boring Insects in Dogwood Trees?

A flowering dogwood tree is a small tree that reaches up to 30 feet in height, but more typically gets to between 15 and 20 feet tall. Flowering dogwoods are native to the eastern half of the Unite... Read More »
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