I would be reluctant to be mean to honey bees, but I can share my method of
getting wasp removal agents projected over a long distance.
I have an old fire extinguisher of the type that is pressurized with air. It's
stainless steel, I think designed for the less esoteric fire fighting chemicals
(mainly H2O). I keep it around for welding protection and winter car washing.
Properly pressurized from my compressor, it will shoot a stream over 30 feet.
"Chadwick E. Labno" wrote:
> the pros use liquid soap, like dish or clothing detergent. Don't know
> how to project it across the distances you're talking about thorough.
> Steven Trovato wrote:
> > If the eviction strategy doesn't work out, the usual more drastic
> > approach is to buy bee and wasp killer spray in an aerosol can. It is
> > designed to shoot pretty far. 25 feet up may be a bit of a challenge
> > from the ground though.