Michael from Athens, Al writes
I have a carpenter bee problem on the outside of my shed. I know the males can't sting and the females rarely sting. Whats the chances of getting stung dusting the holes? I have multiple holes 10 or so all around the shed (some might be old and not used but I don't know so I need to do all of them). I do see 3-4 bees at times outside buzzing around the shed but no more that that. Does the female or males usually come out right away after being dusted? Should I do all the holes at once even if more bees come out or do as many until they start coming out? Any help will be appreciated without getting stung. Thanks
It is highly unlikely to get stung by the carpenter bees. It would be best to make the application with B&G Bulb Duster 1150 during the times of the days the bees are less active. Such as early morning or later evening.
Answer last updated on: 05/14/2015