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The scene made them cringe

The scene made them cringe

When Eve Ault, 25, and her family moved into their new home in Macclesfield, England, they didn’t think much about the fact that they had an attic.

The only way in was through a small hole, and the attic was in any case too small to be used for anything useful.

At least for humans.

But after five months, curiosity took over.

– None of us were here, because the hole through which we had to climb is very small. We didn’t know if we would be able to get through it. But we tried last week, Eve says, and we went up to the attic Wells Online.

– Three times as bad


It seems that he met them, made them bounce.

shock

– It was a shock. We saw wasp nests of size bouncy balls used by children. There were three pieces. It was about 70 cm in diameter and filled large parts of the room.

The family talked together to find out what to do with the huge hornet’s nests. They concluded that professional assistance would cost them several thousand SEK.

Finally, they decided to remove it themselves.

Clean: The family estimated that it would be expensive to bring in professionals to remove the hornet's nests.  So Eve and the family took matters into their own hands. Photo: Eve Ault/SWNS/NTB

Clean: The family estimated that it would be expensive to bring in professionals to remove the hornet’s nests. So Eve and the family took matters into their own hands. Photo: Eve Ault/SWNS/NTB
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– We found a lot of dead wasps, but most of the people who were here probably moved on. The previous owner said nothing about this. The real estate agent didn’t notify us either.

– But I don’t think they were aware of that. The attic is too small to be used for anything.

Great benefit

If you come across old hornet nests, you can safely remove them. Poles are annuals; It is not used more than once.

A trick to trick the wasp into building a nest elsewhere is to hang an inflated brown paper bag around the dwelling. The wasp is then tricked into thinking there is indeed a wasp nest with you.

At the same time, the Nature Conservancy advises against preventing hornets from establishing themselves in a previous interview with your sideMost hornets are not aggressive, says General Manager Truls Gulussen.

Full bang after shock sausage

Full bang after shock sausage


– We are now witnessing the death of insects and the loss of habitat because we prevent insects from establishing themselves and establishing their nests, so it is wrong to give advice on how to prevent them from establishing themselves. The important thing is to make arrangements for the insects to establish themselves.

The Nature Conservancy is supported by non-food which states that it is very beneficial to have stinging wasps nearby.

They catch daily a large number of flies, butterfly larvae and other insects that are considered pests.

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