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Wasps are just as beneficial as bees. Some plants are pollinated by wasps instead of bees. Carrots, parsley and their ilk are all Vespa or Ant pollinated (ants are descended from wasps). As a beekeeper, I can recommend a few things. One, if they aren't really bothering you, then leave them alone. The nest will die off in the winter and you can clean out the ...


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Many small wasps are beneficial, preying upon or parasitizing other bugs or grubs. I tend to attempt to let honey-bees and bumble-bees that have found their way into the house out, and kill wasps or yellow-jackets that have made the same mistake. Outside I normally leave well enough alone unless they are too near people. Without knowing what the behavior of ...


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In Short: Absolutely. Cockroaches can get into a room even from holes between the very building materials that make up your domicile. They may not even be obviously visible. For instance, when doing demolition or renovations, it's not uncommon IME to see them in the interior of walls, cabinets, plumbing areas, etc. They can flatten their bodies to extremes ...



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