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Last Edited by BostonGirl May 16, 2019 at 07:15 AM
For all the Bee comments. Look here to learn a little and to understand which type of "bees" are bad.

https://www.mnn.com/your-home/org...types-bees

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Doesnt work too well on the neighbor's kids.
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Take THAT, stupid honey bees! Who needs ya anyway?! (oh, um.... EEK!EEK! )
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Is this same thing, in a gallon cost less? $10.48
https://www.amazon.com/Spectracide-Triazicide-Insect-Landscapes-1-Gallon/dp/B0037ASSNQ
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Gopher? The only way to get rid of those are traps.
Or a dog. My German Shepherd and Lab killed of the gophers.
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I spray peppermint on the windows in my domicile and yet those freaking spiders keep showing up.
Essential oil isn't regulated so you may not be getting real peppermint oil. Try plant therapy for real stuff.
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This brand never worked on my lawn.
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Relax about bees people. I think people are generally talking about wasps and hornets and stuff when they say "bees". Honeybees aren't really a nuisance to most people, but wasps and hornets are.
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Relax about bees people. I think people are generally talking about wasps and hornets and stuff when they say "bees". Honeybees aren't really a nuisance to most people, but wasps and hornets are.
correct. We have tons of yellow jackets (wasps) but everyone calls them bees.
I can't remember the last time I saw a regular honey bee, but if you ask anybody around here, they will tell you they see 'bees' every day when they are actually seeing yellow jackets every day, and rarely see a real bee.
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New home owner here (first time having a front and back yard)

have a few questions...

Will this keep bees away? Is it even a good idea to get rid of the bees?

Also, I have a goffer who has been making holes all over our backyard. I assumed he is digging for insects. Am I correct, will this stuff get rid of the bugs in the grass and as a result, get rid of the goffer?

Also, does this spray get rid of tics.

Thank you in advance.
Yes this stuff is supposed to be for treating ground insects, grubs, ants, fleas, ticks... I prefer to treat my yard with Ortho Bug B Gone and it does well for ticks and fleas. Grubs can be tougher and I don't know how well this works for them, but there are focus treatments that you can put down if they start killing patches of grass, and you're better to address the gopher problem with spike traps (or dogs can work well, though mine are more destructive than useful).

IMO don't kill honey bees, plan your landscaping to have flowers they want away from your social areas and if you don't have stuff they want then it shouldn't matter (clover patches in the yard may be a different story though and beyond control). Wasps don't matter, kill em all.
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correct. We have tons of yellow jackets (wasps) but everyone calls them bees.
I can't remember the last time I saw a regular honey bee, but if you ask anybody around here, they will tell you they see 'bees' every day when they are actually seeing yellow jackets every day, and rarely see a real bee.
Yeah exactly right. Never see bees around here but everybody says there are tons of them. They're wasps.
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This stuff isn't that good. Will kill on contact. I part own a pest control. Use talstar or tempo. Follow the label on how to use and don't over mix. Strong stuff will a lot. Apply one a month in the hot months maybe 2-3 gallons around the home, once every 2 months in the winter.

Don't spray in yard because bugs are near moisture points like in cracks of concrete around foundation, window tracts, door jams.

Inside use around pipes and corners of house
Thanks and repped! As luck would have it I just got a delivery of talstar pro concentrate, but now I'm wondering - what's the best way to apply it to the lawn? Do I need to grab a sprayer to carefully apply it all over, or can it be done via metered hose watering? I need to find every last tick on that lawn and send it to an early grave.
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I spray the house in spring with water and peppermint and citronella essential oil. Just get one of those $5 gallon sprayers and you are set. Bees, spiders, well almost anything will avoid your home.As well,I don't breathe in all the poison. I can spray in my shorts and t-shirt.
how effectively does the sprayer work? i would think that oil not mixing with water would cause an issue. do you add an emulsifier?
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Wear gloves when you handle this stuff.
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This kind of crap is why bees in the wild are going extinct
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Yeah exactly right. Never see bees around here but everybody says there are tons of them. They're wasps.
https://www.gardensalive.com/prod...gtime-bees

We have tons of spring bees that are not Yellow Jackets. But only because we dont use stuff like spectracide.... Everyone that wants to kill mosquitos? Use BT dunks or granular in standing water (and clean your gutters). People that fog their lawn kill every mosquito.... and every lightning bug as well. My 3 and 5 year love learning about bugs... you can control the bad ones, you just have learn a little instead of buying and spraying insecticide every time you see something you dont like.

I've listened to You Bet Your Garden podcast for a decade, it's a free resource and i have learned tons about how to live without the chemicals. Not trying to pick a fight, just wanted to offer a different (AND FREE!) take...
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