Positioning Your Wasptraps
The WaspBane wasp trap is a versatile 'partner in protection' during the wasp pest season. It can be located in a number of ways to ensure effective protection from wasps in different circumstances.
The WaspBane wasp trap can be used suspended from trees, street lamps and posts or free standing on its robust weighted base. This makes the WaspBane wasp trap versatile in use which means you can protect your picnic or barbecue from wasps whether you are on the beach or in a wooded glade. And with the unique safety device, once you have finished your picnic or barbecue you can pack up the WaspBane wasp trap, seal it safely and use it again elsewhere.
The WaspBane wasp trap is perfect for protecting sensitive areas from wasps including beer gardens, fruit orchards, barbecues, picnics, food stalls, ice cream stalls, cafés, restaurants, animal cages and pens and garbage cans to name but a few examples. Pilot field studies using the Waspbane wasp trap in a plum tree orchard helped to increase fruit yields by as much as 45%.
The WaspBane wasp trap can be used alone for wasp eradication in situations where the location of an offending nest is not known or difficult to access to destroy. The WaspBane wasp trap can be used to prevent nests being built by protecting locations which are being used by wasps for nesting sites such as attics. The Waspbane wasp trap can be used to set up a perimeter to prevent wasps from reaching a protected area such as a fruit tree orchard or garden picnic area.
WaspBane works best if it is sited in a quiet, sunny location open to any wind or breeze. Generally trees are ideal (although not necessary).
If you wish to protect domestic areas of the garden, such as patios or barbecues, then WaspBane should be positioned down wind away from the area. In other words, the prevailing wind should hit the domestic area before it hits the WaspBane wasp trap.
To protect fruit crops, WaspBane should be sited amongst the fruit in the fruit tree or plant itself.