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Yellowjacket Traps are part of the job


Margaret Hurlbert displays the yellowjacket trap that is an essential tool of her trade. (Wendy Edelstein photo)

Just came across this article from a UC-Berkeley publication that profiles a staff member -- in this case, it was the person who handles pest management for the campus, Margaret Hurlbert. Of course, we liked seeing our Yellowjacket Trap in the photo as one of the tools she employs... she says she uses them to control yellowjackets around dining facilities, childcare centers, children's sports camps and the campus stadium.


February 2, 2009 in Yellowjackets | Permalink


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