Over the years, we have heard a lot of customers say they tried to use WD-40 to kill carpenter bees. If you are familiar with us, you wouldn’t be surprised that we don’t advocate using WD-40 due to the chemicals in the spray. But does WD-40 actually kill carpenter bees?
No-see-ums have a preference for warm, humid environments with plenty of sunshine. That means they can take up residence just about anywhere in the world that meets those criteria. When is no-see-um season? When do no-see-ums come out and when do they go away? Let’s dive in.
Learn how Best Bee Brothers is writing the next chapter in our sustainability story by incorporating Oceanworks® certified ocean plastic into our bestselling Best Carpenter Bee Trap. Read about how these efforts make a positive impact on our waterways today and what we’re planning for the future.
A very common thing we here from customers is that they have been trying attract carpenter bees, typically away from their house, using sugar water. Does sugar water really work, or is it just another overhyped myth? Are carpenter bees even attracted to sugar? We’re going to answer all that and more.
Mosquitoes are quite annoying, don’t you think? What if we told you there are a handful of benefits mosquitoes actually provide? Believe it or not, mosquitoes play an important role in the success of our environment and ecosystems. Learn more about the benefits of mosquitoes and the purpose they serve.