Quick! Name the most annoying lawn pest you can imagine, one that constantly puts you ill-at-ease and which pest your children constantly. What pest topped the list? Was it bees and wasps? Of course it was! No one likes these pollinating pests, even if they’re useful and necessary for the survival of beautiful flowers.
Bees and wasps aren’t necessarily aggressive, but they are problematic when you have children. That’s because most children have an instinctual aversion to bees and wasps and will get very upset when they see them. Even those that don’t will find out the hard way that most species of these pests aren’t afraid to protect themselves.
Perhaps you think it will do your children a little good to earn a little fear of bees and wasps by getting a sting or two. That can be a huge mistake: without warning, allergic reactions can cause your children to swell up, have difficulty breathing, and even lose consciousness. And that’s truly the scariest part about these reactions: you never know about them until they happen.
So what can you do? Do you want to invest in barely acceptable DIY solutions and watch bees ignore them? While it’s cute to hang bags of pennies around the yard, that old wives tale simply doesn’t work: bees will just fly around them and pest you further.
Instead, you need to hire a professional bee control expert. These professionals will find the hive and use safe and effective methods to eliminate it from your yard. Don’t take bee control into your own hands: let a professional do it.