**Pesticides are poisonous. Read and follow directions and safety precautions on labels. <SNIP> ** The disclaimer on a Pesticide Container constitutes AN UNDERSTOOD CONTRACT that you Enter Into Upon PURCHASING the Product. ** <SNIP> **That UNDERSTOOD CONTRACT is there to Absolve The Manufacturer of Any & All Blame Should you peel the paint off your house... ...or kill your kids.
Understanding Pesticide Labels The important message I'm trying to get across is READ THE LABEL. Read it before you purchase the pesticide, before you mix the pesticide, before you apply the pesticide, and before you store or dispose of the pesticide. Another important message is Understand What You Are Reading and ask questions if you don't. The only dumb question is the one which is not asked! Also included on all pesticide labels is the notice that states the buyer assumes all responsibility for safety and use not in accordance with directions. So, if a salesperson sells you a non- selective herbicide product to control a few broadleaf weeds in your yard and you apply the product to the entire lawn without reading the label, don't be angry with the salesperson when your entire yard is dead. It's you who didn't read and understand the label!!
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Mine are kinda like those, but solid black, some kind of new wasp that are very aggressive..not afraid of people at all...and hard to kill the shell is extra hard and crunches when smashed...they are about the size of a common red wasp and have some kind of menory, swat and miss a red wasp and it just goes on its way...miss one of the black ones and they will be all over you like the know it was you that did the swatting
Like I mentioned to Bigger, check the attic. They come down through the walls or window frames. If I remember right you now live in an apartment, see if you can get the landlord to get an exterminator out to check it out.
In the spring and fall, I will get several wasps in my kitchen. I still have not figured out where they are coming from. I do have a fireplace in the kitchen but the chimney is pretty well sealed.
How about nests in the attic? This is the perfect time of year to get rid of them.
Actually I looked all over the place for a nest several times and even put bug bombs up there. However, there is lots of space and little hiding places I could not see. It is an old farmhouse. At least is only a few and does not seem to be an infestation.
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