Wasps are no friend to bees or humans, raiding honey stores and eating larvae, so we are also an approved user of
If you see a lot of wasp activity on your property, or suspect that there is a wasps' nest nearby, get in touch. There is no need to know where the nest is, as greedy wasps will share the poison with others in the colony - including the queen - killing the whole colony.
Vespex is safe for humans, pets, and bees, however it is still a low-level toxin even for mammals, so bait stations are always placed high enough that dogs, cats, and children cannot reach them easily.
Please note that will these traps rely on wasps' seasonal appetite for protein, which generally kicks in from late January to mid-April. For added safety, we test to ensure that they are eating protein before laying poison.
Please note that will these traps rely on wasps' seasonal appetite for protein, which generally kicks in from late January to mid-April.