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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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Bees are fine until they nest in your house.

Wasps, however, are never fine and should all die in a fire.
Just post up on a Beekeepers site. They will remove the bees without killing them for free. My husband is a beekeeper, and he does this here in the Bay Area.
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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.
No this will not help keep bees away. You should encourage bees to come. They really don't care about you. I work in my garden with them buzzing in the next plant over. As long as you don't attack them they will leave you alone. Plus if you ever plan to grow any type of fruit or vegetable the bees are the ones who do half the work for you to actually get any fruit.

If you see they set up a hive, which is rare, you call a company or beekeeper and most will come vacuum them away for free.
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how effectively does the sprayer work? i would think that oil not mixing with water would cause an issue. do you add an emulsifier?
Great point, i forgot to mention the castile soap. I've heard diatomaceous earth will emulsify as well. Thanks for bringing this up!

Also, for those who spray this in forests or lawns, my thought is that you may have more bugs next year. All the dead bugs from the first year get eaten by birds and other bug eating predators whick likely sickens or kills them, so next year there are less predators of bugs on your area.

I have made my yard dragonfly friendly (some landing posts and water) i usually have 10 to 15 at any given time during the day. They eat so many mosquitoes and bugs! As wrk i have a few bat boxes and owl boxes which covers the night for bugs and mice/rats. All natural and free once set up. Slickest deal going when it's free!
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Correct me if I'm wrong Sandy, but if I kill all the goffers they'll lock me up and throw away the key.
https://youtu.be/8pnoQ9w4HNY
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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.
No matter how many chemicals u dump into ur yard u cant get rid of ticks. Good news though, eventually after all the years chemicals being dumped in yards over time, seeping into the groundwater etc, ticks will be the last of our worries.
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This works great for a couple of weeks if it doesn't rain.
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No, it will not penetrate deeply enough in the soil to kill grubs and worms that moles and Pocket Gophers feed on. Some people confuse Pocket Gophers with Tortoise Gophers.

Use Grubex in early spring to kill the larvae eggs and this product in summer to kill the grubs just below the grass roots. You can use Grubex again in the early fall as well. Use both and you wont have those pesky gophers or skunks digging your yard up for grubs.....
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I have lots of gophers in the yard, does this product work to get ride of them?
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I'm so honored to make it to the front page from my first submission! Slickdeals people are the best people!
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I have lots of gophers in the yard, does this product work to get ride of them?
Nope. This is an insect killer. Different than something which kills vertebrates.
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Something silly with this. It was $5 a few weeks ago at HD. I'm assuming it is an issue and they are clearing stock. I bought 7 of them to do my yard and others (steering clear of flowers and flowering bushes) I had two of the white levers snap off on me.

Luckily they are keyed for child safety and I pulled out the nubs and took a good lever from a spent bottle.

I honestly wait until there are no flowers in my yard before I begin spraying chemicals. Here in the south we get so many insects it is hard not to do some form of control.
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Nope. This is an insect killer. Different than something which kills vertebrates.
Thank you very much~
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