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Safe Wasp Control Measures
The type of wasp control measure you take will determine whether you will be stung by wasps or you will safely get rid of them. Failure to take a control measure increases the wasp hazard around you. Without control, wasp nests get
larger and larger increasing the danger it poses to unsuspecting people.
Whichever method you use in wasp nest removal or honey bee swarm collection, it should be safe. When wasps pose no danger to people, there is no need for a control measure. In Wigan, there are safe wasp control measures that one can use
to counter wasp hazards. One such method is using an Original Waspinator. This control measure works by preventing a wasp hazard before it happens.
A Waspinator is basically a fake nest. It is made from fabric and looks exactly like a real nest. This method works because wasps are territorial insects. When the winged insects come across a Waspinator, they think that another wasp
colony has set their nest there. They will therefore move to another location since they do not want to be attacked by the present colony. With a Waspinator, there is no need for wasp nest removal since none will be built in the first
Other control measures, like in honey bee swarm collection, involve using safe insecticides. In Wigan, the use of harmful insecticides has been banned. It is therefore possible to get eco-friendly insecticides.
The formation of new wasp control measures has made it easy to deal with wasp hazards.
Types of Wasp Control for the Different Types of Wasps
Wasp control measures depend on the type of wasp in question. The main danger of wasps to humans is their sting. Wasp's sting leaves an intense pain, redness and swelling at the stung site. It can even be fatal if not treated on time.
In Wilmslow, there are two types of the winged insects; solitary and social ones. Wasp control measures vary according to the types of wasps. The social insects live in colonies and build nests. These work together in the building and
defending of their nests. Colonies are made up of a queen, males and adult workers.
The females in the colony are the ones responsible for defending the nests during an attack. The same goes for honey bees as seen during honey bee swarm collection where female bees attack the collectors. In case social bees build their
nest next to residential areas, there needs to be wasp nest removal. Failure to do this poses danger to anyone who comes near the nest.
Solitary wasps on the other hand pose little or no danger to humanity. They do not build a nest and therefore wasp nest removal is not necessary. In Wilmslow, the solitary winged types can be seen roaming around and eating insects in the
environment. These do more good than harm. There are also solitary bees. During honey bee swarm collection, many bees end up on their own becoming solitary bees.
The type of wasp will therefore determine the type of wasp control measure to take.
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