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#16 Outofnowhere

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Posted 23 August 2017 - 08:26 pm

 

Hello,

 

I am looking for some wasp killer or wasp control products online, does anyone suggest me a good website for wasp control?

thanks in advance  :signthankspin:

I only ever use Ficam 'D' for wasps. It's not cheap and you need a duster applicator, I use a Birchmeier DR5, but it's the bollocks on wasps. It contains Bendiocarb, This stuff is nasty so wear a respirator.

 

 

 

Can I buy it or do I need to be licenced?  My Father in Law has been stung five times today from a nest he thinks is in the ground by the greenhouse and wants me to sort the buggers out.  If not Ficam what does the experts suggest I use?  Something quickly effective as I don't want to be running round the garden being chased.........   :laugh:  :signthankspin:



#17 LuckOrJudgement

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Posted 23 August 2017 - 11:52 pm

Hello,
 
I am looking for some wasp killer or wasp control products online, does anyone suggest me a good website for wasp control?
thanks in advance  :signthankspin:

I only ever use Ficam 'D' for wasps. It's not cheap and you need a duster applicator, I use a Birchmeier DR5, but it's the bollocks on wasps. It contains Bendiocarb, This stuff is nasty so wear a respirator.
 
 
Can I buy it or do I need to be licenced?  My Father in Law has been stung five times today from a nest he thinks is in the ground by the greenhouse and wants me to sort the buggers out.  If not Ficam what does the experts suggest I use?  Something quickly effective as I don't want to be running round the garden being chased.........   :laugh:  :signthankspin:

There's all sorts for sale on Amazon. Be wary though. Wasps can be unpredictable and anaphylaxis can be deadly. Your friendly local pest controller may be able to help...

#18 Outofnowhere

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Posted 24 August 2017 - 09:18 pm

All sorted now, will sort it this weekend.



#19 keren

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Posted 29 August 2017 - 08:22 am

 

 

 

Hello,
 
I am looking for some wasp killer or wasp control products online, does anyone suggest me a good website for wasp control?
thanks in advance  :signthankspin:

I only ever use Ficam 'D' for wasps. It's not cheap and you need a duster applicator, I use a Birchmeier DR5, but it's the bollocks on wasps. It contains Bendiocarb, This stuff is nasty so wear a respirator.
 
 
Can I buy it or do I need to be licenced?  My Father in Law has been stung five times today from a nest he thinks is in the ground by the greenhouse and wants me to sort the buggers out.  If not Ficam what does the experts suggest I use?  Something quickly effective as I don't want to be running round the garden being chased.........   :laugh:  :signthankspin:

There's all sorts for sale on Amazon. Be wary though. Wasps can be unpredictable and anaphylaxis can be deadly. Your friendly local pest controller may be able to help...

 

Thanks all for the Help, I hired a local pest control person and now is no problem with wasp. 

Thanks again :signthankspin:



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Posted 04 September 2017 - 04:22 pm

Been busy on the wasps for me this year, and Ficam D still rules! :thumbs:




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