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Well maybe a tad premature, but I'm delighted to see a large decline in wasp numbers over the past few days. Still some hanging around but the girls are coping with them easily. Fewer dead inthe traps as well.

Are others finding this as well or is it regional and weather related?
 

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Well maybe a tad premature, but I'm delighted to see a large decline in wasp numbers over the past few days. Still some hanging around but the girls are coping with them easily. Fewer dead inthe traps as well.

Are others finding this as well or is it regional and weather related?
just going for an easier source of sugar , i woud think, apples or plums etc

they will be back
 
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5...2 wooden National, 2 poly Nat & 1 poly nuc...bursting at the seams
I've lost my jaspers, we have apple trees with damaged fruit that the flutterby's are eating, but no jaspers....aahh the relief...
 

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