Removing a wasp nest from a tree can be very stressful and dangerous. Before removing the wasp nest make sure that your or anyone near you isn’t allergic to bee stings. A wasp sting can be a very painful to anyone, but can be extremely dangerous to anybody that is allergic. If you have small children, or if you or a family member is allergic to wasp stings, there is nothing scarier than a nest looming down from a tree or gutters near your home. But having a nest in your yard isn’t an insurmountable challenge. You can get rid the nests without getting stung! All you need is the proper protection and the right insecticide, and you’re good to go. To rid yourself of the nest follow these steps.
1. Wear long pants and sleeves, gloves, and as much protective clothing as possible. 2. Approach the nest at night. 3. Walk slowly so you don’t disturb the wasp
4. Spray openings where wasps enter and exit. 5. Spray the entire nest to your heart’s content
6. Knock the nest down with a broom or long stick, after 24 hours.
7. Place in a trash bag and say goodbye
To get rid of wasps’ nests, you must of course find the nest first. Checking your yard for the nest is the way to begin ridding your property of these wasps. Most of these nests can be found in these places. In trees or shrubs, inside protected enclosures, such as sheds and garages, underneath tree limbs and underneath horizontal beams in attics, garages, sheds, and barns. Learn more at the garden center.