Take the sting out of yellowjacket infestations
Yellowjackets are stinging insects similar to wasps and hornets. They nest in colonies of up to 3,000 members, in paper-like hives. Some species are very aggressive, and their stings can provoke serious reactions to those who are allergic to them. Use Wilson sprays and foams to safely control nests under eaves, near window frames, doorways, carports, picnic areas and outdoor play areas, or anywhere nests are built except nests located underground.