Posts Tagged ‘carpenter bee’

Carpenter Bee – Build Your Own Trap

Q: I heard the words “making a carpenter bee trap” on your Saturday morning show. Where can I get details? A: I mentioned that I’d seen a video of a guy making a trap that he said was very effective...

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Carpenter Bees

Carpenter bees are frequently seen throughout Georgia in spring and early summer. They resemble bumble bees and can damage wood around homes. Adult carpenter bees are inch-long, black insects with yellowish hairs mostly on the thorax. Their backsides are shiny...

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Carpenter Bee – Repelling

Q: I had carpenter bees boring in my deck last year and now they are back again. Is there any way to keep them away? A: The best you can do is to reduce the local population each year. Although...

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