In Ground Bee Problem


Anyone have an idea of how to get rid of a in ground bees nest?

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They go in between these two edge stones.

  9 answers
  • Rose Broadway Rose Broadway on Sep 06, 2018

    Here's several videos that may give you different options. I hope you get rid of them fast!!

  • Lisette Breton Lisette Breton on Sep 06, 2018

    Wait till night time use the Wasp & Bee killer wait till they are all in and put gas in it and burn it

  • Dronerg Dronerg on Sep 06, 2018

    DON'T KILL THE BEES. They are important to our ecology and are needed to pollinate crops so that we can all have food. They are becoming endangered and without them we will have no food crops.

  • Lisa B. Lisa B. on Sep 06, 2018

    My dad would forget where all the yellow jacket nests were on his property and kept nearly stepping on them. I made him some yellow jacket ornaments to hang near each one so he could better avoid them in the future.

    When i came back for my next visit, none of the ornaments were displayed, and I asked him about it. He said, "Don't need 'em." I asked why not, and he said, "No more bees." I asked where they went. Daddy said, "Bear."

    It happened that the bear that makes the rounds to all the houses on their mountain, hoping to find goodies like filled hummingbird feeders, etc., scooped out and ate every one of the yellow jacket nests one night.

    You need a bear.


  • Pamela Pamela on Sep 07, 2018

    I had a friend with this problem, she hired someone to come vacuum them all out- nest gone, bees relocated where they can do all their good work!

  • Ronald Coleman Ronald Coleman on Sep 07, 2018

    Water lots of it and fast it wil pop the hive right out of the ground , IT works I just did this at my house. Ground bees do not like a nesting area that is always wet the Queen will leave and look for a dryer spot to build her nest

  • Sue31499968 Sue31499968 on Sep 07, 2018

    I had a in ground bee problem and I just covered the hole with a rock or a piece of wood. This method worked. Apparently they can dig a hole to get in, but can't dig a hole to get out. If you have young children or a pet that might get hurt from the wasps then I would do it. If no one will get hurt by them I would leave it alone.,

  • Lagree Wyndham Lagree Wyndham on Oct 29, 2018

    My guess these are ground hornets/wasp or yellow jackets. Just wait until night and apply wasp or hornet spray to entrance or need to burn. Be careful to to do this during the day, they can be quite aggressive.