Want to get rid of wasps and hornets in your garden? Set these DIY Wasp Traps and see the results.
1. Super Simple DIY Wasp Trap
Choose a bottle with raised bottom and create a channel through it, wide enough to let the wasp fly in. Complete instructions are available at Garden Therapy.
2. Homemade Wasp Trap
Cut a bottle right below the neck and use the top part as a funnel to serve as a route for the wasps to travel. Bob Vila has the details about the bait requirements to attract wasps during different seasons.
3. Wasp Control Trap
By wrapping the homemade wasp trap with a rope, you can make it look many times better than without it. It especially helps when you wish to install the trap in a visible place of your garden.
4. Make a Wasp Trap
When making a wasp trap with a plastic bottle, the steps remain more or less the same with a difference in the type of bait you offer. See how olive oil and different seasonal baits can help you make your trap work.
5. How to Make DIY Wasp Trap
Add a provision of a handle to your plastic bottle wasp trap; it’s useful to move your trap without getting disgusted. Visit The Spruce for help.
6. Hornet and Wasp Trap
Add sufficient bait into a mason jar and cover the top of the jar with a funnel, that’ll act as a route for the wasps to travel into the jar. We found the idea here.
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7. Wasp Trap for Spring
Here’s a great article that can guide you to all the information you may require before setting up a wasp trap.