Be strategic about where you hang a wasp trap. Once the trap is full, simply throw it away and replace it. Rescue recommends placing these at least 20 feet away from human-inhabited areas. I found the best looking yellow jacket trap, the Biocare Yellow Jacket and Wasp Trap.
Those who don't mind the inconvenience and potential danger of a single-use wasp trap should consider this reusable option from RESCUE. Those who don't mind the inconvenience and potential danger of a single-use wasp trap should consider this reusable option from RESCUE. Glass wasp traps are one of the easiest solutions for catching wasps and also look minimalist.
Do any wasp traps work?
Wasps and hornets are both a threat to humans, especially if they build their nests in your garden or attic. When sugar or alcohol-containing traps are placed near humans, they actually attract wasps, increasing the risk of stings. Philip Hoare claims that wasps “only sting if you attack first (reasons to celebrate the wasp plague, G2, August 13). If you set up this yellow jacket trap before spring, it will attract and kill the queen before she builds a nest.
Reusability is an important aspect of gadgets like this, and the Aspectek trap impressively fills that box.
What are wasps most attracted to?
A few drops of detergent in the water will make it difficult for wasps to kick water and speed up their death. Having such decor outside your home is like an open invitation for the wasps to visit you whenever they want. The unpainted wood of your house gives it a rustic look and could also be the reason for the wasp problem on your property. Like bees, wasps are active during the day, so plants that bloom in the evening (such as evening primrose and jasmine) do not attract them.
The idea of potentially eating dozens of tiny wasps with every bite of your fig can be enough to keep you away from them altogether.