This Yellow Jacket Wasp Trap From 5 Gallon Water Bottle DIY Project is a genius, frugal and total practical way to kill to kill these stinging flying little demons, (Joke – but sort of true).
All wasps will defend their nests, but yellow jackets and hornets are the most aggressive. They can be distinguished from bees by their thin “waists.” Bees are GOOD for your homestead so try to protect them.
1 – 5 gallon water bottle
1 – can of wasp spray
1 – roll of tape (wide packing type tape is best)
The only tool needed is a saw or snips, whichever you prefer for cutting the bottle.
If you are stung by a Yellow Jacket: Mix up a paste of water and baking soda. The venom that yellow jackets produce is naturally acidic. … Mix a spoonful of baking soda with water, and then apply with a cotton swab or ball to the yellow jacket sting to help neutralize the venom. Use vinegar to reduce itching.
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