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The Rescue Reusable Yellowjacket Trap has a dual-chamber design. Yellowjackets fly in through holes in the bottom of the trap, then continue upward through the interior cone and become trapped within the outer cylinder. The yellowjackets eventually die of dehydration. Our trap's durable construction holds up in sunlight for many seasons of use, and its clear plastic walls allow you to see the yellowjacket "body count" so you can empty the trap when full. Replacement attractant cartridges are available here.
Roughly a dozen species of yellowjackets throughout North America are known to bite and sting people. The Rescue Reusable Yellowjacket Trap is designed to lure them all.
|Target pests||Yellow Jackets|
|For use in||Home & Garden: Lawns, Gardens, Trees|
|Pet safe||Yes, if used as directed on Label|
|NOT FOR SALE TO||ME|
|Shipping Weight||0.30 lbs|
|Manufacturer||Rescue (Mfg. Number: YJTR-SF4)|
When possible, the Rescue Reusable Yellowjacket Trap should be hung in a natural setting like a tree, or around the perimeter of an area where the insects have been observed entering. Hang the traps at least 20 feet away from outdoor activity areas like your patio, deck, campsite or picnic area - and at least 20 feet away from any known yellowjacket nests.
Use the Rescue Yellowjacket Trap in the spring when queen yellowjackets emerge from hibernation, and in the summer and fall when worker yellowjackets are foraging for food.
Once inside, the trap's unique design prevents yellowjackets flying away or escaping. The insects eventually die of dehydration.
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This is trapping well--almost full in less than 24 hours. YJ's are still swarming it. How do you safely empty?
Rescue Reusable Yellowjacket Trap can be emptied into a plastic/trash bag when full after the yellow jackets have died from dehydration. If it is getting too full before they die we would recommend using more than 1 trap in the area. The manufacturer also has a great video here.
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