You can pour very soapy hot water down the entrance and scatter mothballs around and in the nest. Then, cover the entrance with dirt and keep the soil moist at all times, like with a hose. when you see no bees (should take about4-5 days), wait a day, then dig up the nest. PS If by some chance bees would come out when you are near... RUN!
To get rid of a bumble bee nest under your decking, spray it well with an insecticide that is made for killing bees. Spray at night, when all of the bees should be in the nest, and stand well back from the area. Most bee-killing sprays will shoot a stream at least 20 feet long. If it is a large nest, or if the nest is inside a crack in the deck or wall, consider having a second can on hand in case you need more than a single can to treat the area.
With the advance of the Africanized honey bees I would recommend calling a professional pest control company to safely remove it. Better to be safe than sorry.
A broom and a speedy retreat.
The best way to get rid of bumble bees in attic is to first find the nest. Once the nest is found, wait until evening and spray as close to the nest as possible with insecticide containing bendiocarb, chlorpyrifos or boric acid.
If the bees are inaccessible, you will need to contact a pest controller who will have the necessary chemicals.
It's kind of a broad question... A single bumble bee? Or do you want to get rid of the bees in your yard completely?
Put killing spray with the cloths that protect you from bees
Call in a professional beekeeper or apiarist Smoke usually works great with bee's, your chances of getting stung are very slim, although I don't incourage you to do so. Removing a bee's hive/nest must be done by a professional who as studied the aggressive behavior of a bee.
i think you have to harvest honey from the bee nest but i never tried it. good luck.
You should get rid of the nest because wasps will be atracted to the honey and if there are wasps they probably won't sting you as they are stealing and remove the nest at night as that is when wasps bees and other insects go back to their hives, but be careful.
You will have to burn something so that the bees nest is full of smoke.
Hi you need to move the nest at night. It must be taken a minimum of 1.5miles away from were it was sited. Pick up the swarm - wear long trousers and top and marigold gloves - put it into a polystyrene (or similiar) box - transport to new location. or get a bee keeper to come along and take it away. MUST BE DONE AT NIGHT!!!!!
Professional removal is the way to get rid of bumble bees in wood. The insects in question (Bombus spp) prefer to nest at ground level under a flat, low-lying object -- such as boards, decks, stones, tarps -- or in abandoned mammal holes in the ground. Head-to-toe personal protective equipment and professional equipment and training will be required since bumble bees will avoid confrontations or sting like fury.
If there is an underground nest you may be able to pour gasoline into the hole when it is dark and they are asleep but DO NOT light it as it will cause problems. It is the fumes that will kill them.
Contact a bee keeper they will likely remove them for free because the bee population has Dwindled down to 3% to what they used to be. Only other option is to kill them with raid or similar insect killer.
If you have more fish, you should put the catfish into another tank. Or you could just get rid of it.
you can just burn the nest.
type in bee swatter then hold the swatter. go to the bee, touch it. it will ask you if you want to ittract or attack. choose attack. I did this twice and got rid of the bee. good luck!
In order to get rid of a ground nesting bee hole, it's important to create an environment the insects don't like. The bees are attracted to dry land, so watering the yard and nest will be beneficial in getting them to leave. Insecticides should be avoided since bees populations are decreasing around the world.
It's tough only because it takes so much volume-that would almost be a power spray but any product with pyrethrins-it's any bee's worst enemy
Call an exterminator or get one of those smoke sprayers and spray it on them and get all that you can out. Tip: Wear a bee protecting suit.
spray or pour gas on the nest gas or desel or vingegar
Bees are terrified of fire, beekeepers puff smoke in to the hive to make the bees go to the bottom when removing the honey. I wouldn't recommend taking up smoking just to keep a bumble bee away though
Get a bee professionally trained bee Keeper to open the fan and try and get out the bee then put the fan back.