About threee weeks ago I was trimming overgrown bushes, and ran into a bald white faced hornets nest. They were rentless in attacking me,covering my shirt & pants, my helper finally managed to kill the ones that were stinging me. The doctor said I was stung at least 50-60 times, it was a real bad day.
a can of WD40 and a propane torch work wonders on flying objects.!!!<p>----------<br><a href="http://communities.msn.com/guidosequipmentpics/">"Guido"</a><br>David M. Famiglietti
Karl, I'm glad I'm not the only one around here with pyromaniac views!! LOL, I burned many an eyebrow and hair when I was a sick little child!!<p>----------<br><a href="http://communities.msn.com/guidosequipmentpics/">"Guido"</a><br>David M. Famiglietti
Heres one that I have used in the past. get whatever you neeed to sit a gallon milk jug as close to the opening as you can, the closet the top of the jug the better, then put about a quart of gas in it and place it there at night. Be very careful not to disturb the nest and be quiet. After placing it about 2 - 4 inches away from the opening, take the lid off of the gas and leave. The fumes from the gas will slowly suffocate the entire nest. <br>An old timer trick that has worked for me. <br>Insteed of wd-40 starting fluid works great as does breeak cleaner and they shoot farther too!
Standard procedure on every shrub trimming job:<p>1.) Take rake and beat the bushes prior to trimming.<p>2.) 3 gallon sprayer with Dursban to kill any/all harmful insects as needed.<p>I'm allergic to bee stings, so I always keep a package of Benedril in the truck.<br>