RESCUE! WHY Trap for Wasps, Hornets, & Yellowjackets – Hanging Outdoor Trap

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Product Description The W·H·Y Trap has two chambers and three attractants to catch 19 different species of insects. The top chamber is baited with two attractants -- one of which is a solid contained in a vial, and the other a liquid mixed with water. The bottom chamber is baited with a liquid attractant poured onto a cotton pad. Wasps, hornets and yellowjackets have two ways to enter: either through the top cap, or through the holes in the bottom cap. Unique Features Double-chambered design restricts insects from escaping. Durable construction holds up for multiple seasons of use. Catches workers from summer through fall, and catches queens in spring before they build nests. Catches paper wasps, bald-faced hornets, and European hornets. No bug identification necessary! From the Manufacturer Why guess which pest is bugging you? Now one trap does the trick. The RESCUE! W-H-Y Trap catches 6 species of Paper Wasps, 2 types of Hornets and 12 species of Yellowjackets – 20 species in all! As with our other RESCUE! products, the W-H-Y Trap works without killing agents. Instead, the insects are lured by the attractant, and die naturally inside the trap. The W-H-Y Trap uses an exclusive formulation of three separate attractants to lure these stinging pests. After they are lured to the trap, wasps, hornets and yellowjackets have two ways to enter: either through the top cap, or through the holes in the bottom cap. Once inside the trap, the insects cannot fly out and die either by drowning (top chamber) or dehydration (bottom chamber). The RESCUE! W-H-Y Trap can be used outdoors wherever there is a paper wasp, hornet or yellowjacket problem. It can be highly effective to place multiple traps around the perimeter of a yard or area where insects are entering. The RESCUE! W-H-Y Trap can be used in early spring when paper wasp, hornet and yellowjacket queens emerge from overwintering to look for new nest sites. It can also be used throughout the summer and fall to capture foraging wasp, hornet and yellowjacket workers. The first and only trap proven to capture Paper Wasps, Bald-faced Hornets and European Hornets in addition to Yellowjackets. Reusable. Durable construction holds up for multiple seasons. Environmentally responsible. Will not trap beneficial honeybees. No killing agents – insects die naturally. 2-week attractant kit included; no extra food bait required. Catches queens in spring before they build nests. Catches workers from summer through fall. Double-chambered design prevents insects from escaping.

Features

  • Effective, environmentally responsible answer for trapping wasps, hornets and yellow jackets; perfect for yards and camping
  • Catches queens in spring before they build nests; attractant will not lure beneficial honeybees
  • Once inside the trap, the insects cannot fly out and die either by drowning (top chamber) or dehydration (bottom chamber)
  • Durable construction holds up for multiple seasons; two-week attractant kit included
  • Made in USA; no poisons or killing agents used

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42853801007

UPC

42853801007

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B001H1GRPI

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