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    Anybody know how to safely remove a bee hive?

    Just noticed this huge @$$ bee hive in the tree in my front yard. Any suggestions.....besides run like hell!

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    I would hose it, or a pressure/power washer if you have one....then run like hell inside.
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    First choice would be a nuke.....

    But since you said "safely"



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    Quote Originally Posted by JAT View Post
    I would hose it, or a pressure/power washer if you have one....then run like hell inside.
    :Chuckle: put on some baggy clothes that hang off your body but also seal your body in and put a ski mask with glasses. And then your set your own personal bee suit
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    Get a beekeeper. The poisons you need would be expensive anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lvrodri View Post
    Just noticed this huge @$$ bee hive in the tree in my front yard. Any suggestions.....besides run like hell!
    lighter fluid and a match should solve your problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orange Blue Man View Post
    lighter fluid and a match should solve your problem.
    I was going to say that, but I don't know if he wants to burn his tree!

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    Find you a bee charmer....


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    I would hit it with a baseball bat.

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    I will single handedly remove that bee hive for you....


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    Hit It with a Bat!!!!11

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    Quote Originally Posted by lvrodri View Post
    Just noticed this huge @$$ bee hive in the tree in my front yard. Any suggestions.....besides run like hell!


    I know you have a legitimate question, and I know it's the offseason so we're all having a bit of fun with our responses. Reading the thread has been somewhat entertaining.

    But could a mod please move this to its proper forum? Thanks!


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    There are hornet sprays that will shoot 15 to 20 feet in the air. Come out at daybreak when the bees are not as active and spray the hive. In 3 or 4 hour come back out and spray it agian. After a day or so look to see if there are any bees flying into or out of the hive. If not, remove the hive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dean View Post
    There are hornet sprays that will shoot 15 to 20 feet in the air. Come out at daybreak when the bees are not as active and spray the hive. In 3 or 4 hour come back out and spray it agian. After a day or so look to see if there are any bees flying into or out of the hive. If not, remove the hive.
    Wheres the fun in that. That just sound like work. I think he should make this fun
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