Calling All Worms This surprisingly simple technique will unearth some surprising results! Find an area of loose, slightly moist soil (the dirt under a log or landscape timber works well) and push a 12- to 18-inch-long stick two to three inches into the ground. Vigorously rub another stick from side to side against it for about 2 minutes and watch as any worms in the vicinity wriggle to the surface. Try several areas in the yard to see which ones are the hottest worm hangouts.
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Make a simple wasp trap...The "meat bees" (like yellow jackets) were terrible on our last camping trip, but the site hosts taught us this cool trick... a bee trap: Water bottle with a hole in the side, meat hung in the top, water in the bottom. We caught nearly 1000 bees over the 3 days, and that is no exaggeration. www.anona-mom.blogspot.com