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DIY Backyard Wasp Solutions • Great Ideas, Tips and Tutorials! [ Wainscotingamerica.com ] #backyard #wainscoting #design

DIY Backyard Wasp Solutions • Great Ideas, Tips and Tutorials! [ Wainscotingamerica.com ] #backyard #wainscoting #design

Make your own carpenter bee trap from a scrap 4x4 and a mason jar!

Make a Carpenter Bee Trap

Make your own carpenter bee trap from a scrap 4x4 and a mason jar!

Carpenter bee trap with instructions

Carpenter bee trap with instructions

carpenter bee catcher no pesticides

carpenter bee catcher no pesticides

Bee catcher ! Made with a mason jar and wood . Really works .

Bee catcher ! Made with a mason jar and wood . Really works .

How to Build a Carpenter Bee Trap

How to Build a Carpenter Bee Trap

How to Build a Carpenter Bee Trap

How to Build a Carpenter Bee Trap

Home Made Bee Catcher | ... to Dry Hill Enterprises, LLC - home of the Carpenter Bee Catcher

Home Made Bee Catcher | ... to Dry Hill Enterprises, LLC - home of the Carpenter Bee Catcher

carpenter bee trap - gatorade bottle at bottom, holes drilled upward at a 45 degree angle on the sides.  Hope it works

carpenter bee trap - gatorade bottle at bottom, holes drilled upward at a 45 degree angle on the sides. Hope it works

This is so helpful! DIY Wasp/Bee Catcher 1) Cut the neck off a plastic pop bottle. 2) Remove the bottle cap and flip the neck upside down and place it in the bottle opening that you just cut. 3) Tape together using packing tape or duct tape. 4) Bait the trap. The easiest is sugar and water, but I've also read that meat works well in the spring and early summer because wasps are attracted to protein, or other options are sugar and water, water and vinegar, beer, soda, even laundry detergent…

This is so helpful! DIY Wasp/Bee Catcher 1) Cut the neck off a plastic pop bottle. 2) Remove the bottle cap and flip the neck upside down and place it in the bottle opening that you just cut. 3) Tape together using packing tape or duct tape. 4) Bait the trap. The easiest is sugar and water, but I've also read that meat works well in the spring and early summer because wasps are attracted to protein, or other options are sugar and water, water and vinegar, beer, soda, even laundry detergent…

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