Alpine Yellow Jacket Bait Station Kit with Onslaught Insecticide (NOT FOR SALE IN CT, VT)

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Alpine Yellowjacket Bait Stations are designed and labeled for use with microencapsulated insecticide such as Onslaught Insecticide. When used together, they are the perfect combination for controlling scavenger yellow jackets (also commonly called meat bees) around residences, restaurants, resorts, campgrounds, zoos and other areas where humans or animals are harassed by yellow jackets.

Alpine Yellow Jacket Bait Station Kit with Onslaught Insecticide

Alpine Yellowjacket Bait Stations are designed and labeled for use with microencapsulated insecticide such as Onslaught Insecticide. When used together, they are the perfect combination for controlling scavenger yellow jackets (also commonly called meat bees) around residences, restaurants, resorts, campgrounds, zoos and other areas where humans or animals are harassed by yellow jackets.

Onslaught Insecticide is the only insecticide with an EPA approved label for yellowjacket baiting.

Also, additional Alpine bait stations are sold separately.

Target Pest: Yellow Jacket
Kit Contents:

4 / Alpine Yellow Jacket Bait Stations

1 / Onslaught Insecticide

Useful Tips You should know about Alpine Yellow Jacket Bait Station Kit with Onslaught Insecticide

- Reusable bait stations
- Bait stations with hanging strings for easy placing and safe for children
- Using bait (food attractant) mixed with Onslaught Insecticide

Onslaught Insecticide - 16 oz.

Onslaught Microencapsulated Insecticide is everything an insecticide should be. Broad label, fast acting and long lasting, Onslaught covers every aspect of pest control. Using microencapsulation technology, residual efficiencies are increased, leading to extended residue life, superior surface adhesion and controlled release of the active ingredient.

Why Should You Use?

Onslaught controls more than a hundred indoor and outdoor pests. Coupled with exceptional residual performance and versatility, Onslaught offers a performance unrivaled by other microencapsulates.

Target Pest(s): Crawling, Stinging, Flying, Stored Product, Wood Destroying, Livestock Premise and Plant Pests, and other insects. (Please refer to product label)
Manufactured By: MGK
Active Ingredient: Benzeneacetate - 6.40%
Size: 16 oz.
Yield/Application: 0.005% to 0.050% A.I. concentrations
Not For Sale To: CT, NY, SC

Choosing the Right Bait is Critical for a Baiting Program

Yellowjacket baiting is both an art and a science. A successful baiting program will require a little investigation before the program is started. You should consider the following before starting your baiting program:

What species can be controlled with a baiting program? Baiting only works for the scavenger "meat bee" species of the yellowjacket complex. On the west coast, there are at least 12 species of yellowjackets, but only 3: the western yellowjacket, V. pensylvanica; the common yellowjacket, V. vulgaris and the German yellowjacket, V. germanica can be controlled with this baiting program. There are comparable species on the east coast, and throughout the US and Canada that can also be successfully baited.

Most stinging insects: the other species of yellowjackets on the west coast mentioned above, which are exclusively live prey feeders; bald faced hornets (which are really yellowjackets); paperwasps; bumblebees and honeybees can't be controlled through baiting.

What's the best bait for these yellowjackets? The bait choice is both species and location specific. Yellowjacket populations that are near streams, rivers and lakes can quite often be baited with fish such as salmon, while yellowjacket populations away from water ( in forests, scrub oak woodlands etc.) may prefer chicken, venison or another protein from a land animal. An easy way to determine what's the best choice for an area is to set out a variety of choices and use the matrix that attracts the most workers. Raw chicken seems to be a good all around choice for most areas.

What's the best bait for this time of the season? The food preference of yellowjacket nests changes as the season progresses. Even the "meat bee" species prefer live prey early in the summer. When the nest begins to expand rapidly--in July or August, their preference switches to protein (carrion in the wild, chicken or fish around human habitation) and then as summer comes to a close, the worker yellowjackets switch their preference to carbohydrates like soda pop, overripe fruit etc. As mentioned above, give them a variety of choices to determine what works best for your population.

Remember to follow the label when mixing the bait! Adding too much insecticide to the bait matrix may cause repellency. Then the baiting program won't work even if it is a species that can be baited. Follow the instructions provided with the ALPINE YELLOWJACKET BAIT STATIONS.

Please refer to and follow the instructions on the Product label.

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Q. Instructions for Alpine Bait Stations?
A.  First, you would want to mix your choice of bait with Onslaught.

The bait can be anything such as a raw piece of chicken. Generally, you will mix about 1/5 teaspoons with 10 oz of bait. Afterward, place the bait into the Alpine Bait stations.

You will hang the stations at about 5 ft high, each station about 35 ft apart. The yellow jackets will enter the stations and consume the poisoned bait.
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Q. Attraction range? I have four small vineyards - one trap per vineyard??
A.  It depends on the size of the vineyards. According to the manufacturer, you should use 8 traps per acre of land. Depending on how large your vineyards are, you may be using several in just one vineyard.
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