Swoboda Articles in the ‘Wasp Control’ Category
Late Summer is the peak of wasp season. By now, the small spring colonies have grown by enormous leaps and bounds. Mature colonies can reach populations that are above 10,000 wasps. Not all wasps are nasty, and all do a community job of some sort. The Role That Wasps Play Wasps are consumers, and they […]
Indoors or out pests that bite and sting make enjoying life, relaxing, and socializing a real pain. Here is our top list of pests that bite and sting. Wasps Do they ever go away? Wasps populations die back during the cooler times of the year but be assured they are still present. There are two […]
There are many types of wasps. Some of them are very aggressive, such as yellowjackets. Others are very solitary, and while they look menacing, they rarely bother you. The big difference is solitary vs. social. Social insects include bees, wasps, ants, and termites. If you tangle with a social insect, all of their friends come […]
When is the Best time for Wasp Control in Bryan and College Station?
Wasp control is a pest control issue when the weather gets warm and stays warm. In fact, it is a frequent call from property owners around Bryan, Texas. However, hot weather is not the only time people should think about wasp control. Late winter and early spring is another “opportunity” to control wasp populations. Social […]
Mud Dauber Wasps – Pests or Not?
Mud dauber wasps are often thought of as pest because they build these little or sometimes large mud structures on building, in sheds, on things, and under eves. While that sounds a bit like a pest problem, you must realize what those mud structures are and what they hold. Long and Lean Mud Dauber wasps […]