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    • Lisa Soluri

      Fill container with vinegar, sugar and salt to trap wasps... Good idea for camping & outdoor parties

    • Amy Bryant

      I'm going to try this WASP TRAP because the wasps rule the back yard. WON'T TRAP BEES, OUR FRIENDS! This makes such sense!

    • Staci Coleman

      Wasp trap.....going up all over the backyard! OMG If this works for real it will be the best thing I have discovered on Pinterest

    • Linda Cameron

      Killing wasps. Cut a plastic bottle and turn the funnel up-side-down so it fits inside the bottle. Add a mixture of vinegar, sugar and salt. The wasps are attracted to the sweet and sour scent yet bees don’t seem to be attracted by this sour mixture whereas a honey mix would be a fatal attractant. The down-side of this wasp trap is it also attracts and traps beneficial insects such as lacewing and hoverflies which are a natural pest control of aphids.

    • Gail Lindus

      Backyard Wasp Trap --- I'm going to try this because the wasps rule the back yard.

    • Chasity King

      Bee trap...gotta get rid of the bees in the backyard!

    • whitney long

      Garden, pest control

    • April Taylor

      Gardening/Outdoors

    • Jennie Norton

      INSECT TRAPS

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