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Yellow Jackets!


Guest Keal G Seo

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Be careful with gas. Years ago a co worker had yellow jackets near a culvert, poured gas and the fumes went up the culvert and when lit shot dirt and gravels out. Below the knees he looked like he had been shot with a shot gun.
On second thought don't use gas for anything but the car.
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had a nest in the ground near the base of a treelast year, did the same as someone else, got home from work at zero early thirty, pumped the hole w hornet killer and said that's that. a few days later there was a load of em flying around lost in the front yard, for weeks.. my question is do half go to another hole at night and gather w the rest during daylight? or was this a fluke thing????

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had a nest in the ground near the base of a treelast year, did the same as someone else, got home from work at zero early thirty, pumped the hole w hornet killer and said that's that. a few days later there was a load of em flying around lost in the front yard, for weeks.. my question is do half go to another hole at night and gather w the rest during daylight? or was this a fluke thing????

I think it was a fluke or you had a second colony....with me it was one and done...nothing ever came out of that hole

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I've ran into "Killer Bee's" in the jungles of Panama that acted just like that at the very sight of a human. Bad business...don't want nothing to do with those yellow jackets either. Someone already mentioned Napalm...sounds good to me!

 

Dave

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