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October 22, Nest Removal.

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Hey everyone,

 

Today I removed a maculifrons nest from a customers front yard. Conditions did not allow me to run my electric vacuum due to being wet/rainy. So I was able to use a different approach that involved pouring about 3 gallons or soapy water down the entrance. Luckily it worked and saved me some time. I would still say that the best way to remove a ground nest is by vacuuming, but if done at night and if the ground does not slope this method could also work. I only got video footage form this removal and not photos but you get the idea. Enjoy the video and remember to watch in HD and full screen viewing. I give some commentary so turn on your speakers.

 

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Combs came out relatively whole for being soggy! also I did not see much resistance after pouring the water. 

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