I wanted to keep you that are gardeners or have plants, abreast of what I’m doing with wasp.
What I have found, is if a group of wasp take a likening to you, they will ask you not to eradicate their nest.
I’ve learned to get along with them, as with the higher frequencies that the sun is burning at now and probable overuse of the HARRP Project, it seems that wasp are pitching in and helping with the load from bees, in polarization task?
I had a nest of them in a fence, that I was going to eradicate. They were all lined up in a keyhole shaped spit in the fence as if to say, “We haven’t done anything to you. We’re being good can you see it in your compassion to let us all live”?
Its what it seemed like to me. I let their nest stay.
I approached closely to the nest and said to them all.
“Look, if I let you there, you have to promise not to attack any of my animals and or guest and you can all stay”!…?
They all seemed to understand and fulfilled their promise. I haven’t been stung once by them.
I have a snobby animal that is pushy and I told a number of times, to keep her nose away from the nest. She didn’t obey me and got stung once on the nose.
I weighed it over. It was their home, she had her big nose she was trying to jam in there, so of course she got stung.
I have seen wasp picking up pollinating duties, in pollinating flowers and crops as of late.
If the sun’s frequency is high, its too bright and hot, or the HARRP system is on, this seems now to affect the bees.
The wasps however, are hardier and these factors do not seem to bother them that much. They will work through these conditions.
Oh’ one more thing. You know they like you, if they purposely fly into you, brushing up against you and choosing not to sting.
They are very smart social insects, long ago split off from the ant kingdom.
Treat them as such. Use your head a little. Treat them with respect and you’ll have pollinators working for you, when other conditions drive honey bees into their hives.
See you tube on person who also made friends with wasps.
Good luck and be careful, Phil