Keeping Dangerous Wasps Away From Your Bradenton Yard

Stinging insects are nothing to joke about, especially at the beginning of the warm season in Bradenton. Not only can these bugs cause painful stings that last for days on end, but they have the capabilities to send innocent victims to the hospital for an anaphylactic shock!

If you have never experienced the pain of a wasp sting before, count yourself lucky. These pests inject a kind of venom into the bloodstream that marginally affects the nervous system, causing a pulsing pain in the area of the sting. These areas will likely become inflamed or swollen and may cause other health complications if near a vital organ (such as eyes or lips).

The wasp family of pests contains several dangerous (and painful) stinging insects, including the:

  • Paper Wasp
  • Yellowjacket
  • European Hornet
  • Cicada Killer
  • Cricket Hunter Wasp
  • Mud Dauber

You may not be able to identify every one of these wasps offhand, but you will know their general shape very well. Thin thoraxes, large abdomens, and color patterns of black and yellow are some of the most common characteristics of these household menaces.

Keeping stinging insects like wasps off your property requires a proactive prevention approach to pest control. Wishing for the best outcome (rather than producing an outcome) will likely leave you disappointed and dealing with a worrisome pest infestation.

Keep these important tips in mind when completing your springtime household prevention steps.

Ward Away Bradenton Wasps With Helpful Prevention Tips

Most bugs like stinging insects prefer to stay out of doors when possible, but certain factors may be present in or around your home that draws them closer. You need to understand the things that attract wasps to your yard in the first place like:

  • Certain types of plants (especially those with a higher concentration of pollen or nectar).
  • Sugary drinks and rich foods are left outside after a picnic.
  • Orchard trees or fruit-bearing bushes produce copious amounts of sweet fruit.

You may not necessarily be able to reduce or eliminate all wasp attracting factors around the property, but you certainly will be able to control certain aspects. Protect your lawn with some of the following pointers from Rodent Solutions:

  • Reduce harborage places for wasps and their nests. Look for tall tree branches that may be stretching too close to the sides of the home. Prune back all shrubs, trees, and wilderness areas properly. Ensure that your grass is also well-manicured to prevent to accumulation of other pests that wasps may prey on.
  • Plant less wasp-friendly foliage near the sides of the home. Look for annual or perennial plants that contain a lower concentration of nectar.
  • Continuously check your fruit-bearing bushes and trees for fallen fruit. Remove rotten or fallen fruits immediately to prevent a wasp feeding frenzy near the house.

Being concerned about wasps is an important part of diving into another summer season. Don’t be caught off guard. Call the experts at Rodent Solutions for a home wasp inspection immediately.

Wipe Out Wasps With Help From Rodent Solutions

No matter how safe you feel about dealing with stinging insects on your own, an existing wasp problem is not something you should attempt to take care of by yourself. Instead of putting yourself into harm’s way, contact Rodent Solutions for more advice or assistance related to the elimination of wasp species.

Here at Rodent Solutions, we offer a detailed inspection by certified operators providing guaranteed results. Call, click, or visit with us today to get a quote for your wasp treatment services now. We’re tough on pests so you can get back to living your life. Come see for yourself!

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