Least-toxic control of ants, bed bugs, cockroaches, fleas, head lice, lawn/garden pests, mosquitoes, termites, wood boring insects, yellowjackets and most other household pests.
Monday, May 23, 2011
A New Yellowjacket Wasp Bait Insecticide
A new insecticide is available for use in preparing baits for control of troublesome yellowjacket (social wasp) nests on an area-wide basis. The insecticide is called Onslaught Microencapsulated Insecticide. The Onslaught label allows for the insecticide to be mixed with a meat-based bait and dispensed to foraging yellowjackets. The combination should be very effective for area-wide suppression of yellowjacket nests and may even suppress wasp numbers the following year because of the impact it has on queen production.
Details regarding bait preparation, dispenser design, the Onslaught label and theory behind baiting can be found at the 'Bugs site here.