Wood Bee Problem

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I usually just fill the holes with silicone caulk. They don't like it and you can splat them if they come back and try to get in. If you catch them inside, they won't be getting out. Usually 2 or more holes are connected.

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Jerry - OHIO wrote:

In my misspent youth when one could obtain Freon to run it the M-19A Annihilator BB machine gun http://www.geocities.com/bbmachinegun/review9.htm was good medicine for any kind of flying insect.
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