How to Close Up a Yellow Jacket Hole
Yellow jacket activity is heightened at the end of the summer. Yellow jackets construct their nests underneath the ground or up in the air during this season. When nests are underground they have an entrance hole that can measure up to 2 inches in diameter where the yellow jackets access the nest. If the nest is on your property and you have children or pets that could accidentally step in the entrance hole, take action immediately to kill the yellow jackets and seal the entrance hole to their nest to prevent a swarming attack.