SPRING IS COMING!
Winter is still here, but spring will arrive before you know it – and so will yellowjackets! There are important steps you can take to minimize your yellowjacket problem this year. Yellowjacket populations can be controlled if you start trapping early – before they take over your yard.
Yellowjacket queens that hatched last summer will overwinter, then come out of hibernation with warmer temperatures in early spring. The queen is the founder of any new colony, and it only takes one to grow a nest anywhere from 400 to 5,000 worker yellowjackets.
Summer barbecues, picnics, cookouts, even a cool glass of lemonade on the porch are ruined by swarming yellowjackets. How can you keep stinging yellowjackets at bay?
CATCH THE QUEEN! Stock up now on RESCUE! Yellowjacket Traps to catch the queen early in the spring and prevent nests later in the season. Each and every queen caught early in the spring means one less nest with thousands of yellowjackets bothering you this summer.
RESCUE! Yellowjacket Traps will not catch beneficial honeybees and do not use any harsh poisons or pesticides. Lure the queens to the trap in spring, and save your summer from yellowjackets.