Inspect for stinging insect control


April 12, 2024

Shelley Long

Shelley Long

Inspection is key to stinging insect control. Conduct a thorough inspection of the property to identify potential nesting sites and entry points for stinging insects such as wasps, bees and hornets. If nests are found, safely remove them to eliminate the immediate threat and prevent the insects from returning.

One vital step is sealing off cracks, crevices and gaps in structures to prevent stinging insects from entering and establishing nests indoors. Use an appropriately labeled insecticide to treat existing nests and create barriers around the perimeter of the property to prevent stinging insects from nesting.

Additionally, encourage customers to modify their property environments by trimming vegetation, removing standing water sources, and minimizing attractive nesting areas to make the property less hospitable to future stinging insects.


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Long is the national sales director at Ensystex.

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