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PAGE 6 THE PRESS AUGUST 22, 2012 . 'l S FARGO, N.D. -- Hornets are starting to is in the nest during the evening and nighttime cannot escape to tile outside, so they may locate annoy homeowners by swarming or building hours, so control measures should be applied to or chew a new way to escape toward the inside nests in homes or in trees near houses, accord- the nest at that time. There are many insecti- of the home or structure. This would create a ing to Janet Knodel, North Dakota State Uni- cides labeled for control of hornets and yellow- possible stinging threat for people inside." versity Extension Service entomologist, jackets. When outside enjoying a picnic, avoid wear- Hornets (or yellowjackets) are wasps that be- "The difficulty is making the treatment with- ing bright colors and perfumes that are attrac- long to the Vespidae family, out being stung," Knodel says. "Usually an rive to hornets and yellowjackets. Also, keep "All yellowjackets sting, and their stinging aerosol spray of one of the many fast-acting garbage away from the picnic table. behavior is considered a defensive reaction wasp killers will quickly kill all the workers In northern temperate climates, only the when the colony is threatened," Knodel says. present in a nest." mated queen wasp overwinters fiOln the previ- "They can sting more than once because their Products that contain permethrin, synergized ous year's colony. Queens are inactive during stinger stays with the insect." pyrethrins or pyrethroid insecticides such as es- the winter and hide in protected places such as Yellowjackets are more aggressive during fenvalerate or lambda cyhalothrin will get rid under tree bark or attics. August and September and more likely to sting of wasps. In early Spring, the overwintering queen people. Although yetlowjackets are a beneficial A slower-acting insecticidal approach is to builds a new nest and lays an egg in each cell. insect feeding on other insects, they often be- apply carbaryl (Sevin) dust directly onto the ex- Larvae hatch from the eggs and are dependent come a pest problem when their nests are near posed nest and entrance hole. After treatment, on the queen for food. The queen forages out- homes, schools, picnic areas or playgrounds, check the nest for any activity the following day side the nest and brings food (caterpillars and When that happens, pest control often is war- and do another treatment if necessary, other insects) back to the larvae until pupation. ranted. Nests should be removed to avoid attracting Sterile female workers emerge from the Wasps are social insects and build nests of dermestid beetles later and keep wasp pupae pupae and take over nest building and brood paperlike material. Nests generally are under- from possibly re-establishing the nest. rearing, while the queen stays in the nest. Dur- ground in mammal bunows, cavities or behind "If you are dealing with yellowjacket nests ing late summer into early fall, adult males and the siding of a house, in structures such as a home, the nest entrance newly produced queens leave the parent colony. Vespid wasps are active outside the nest din'- should never be plugged from the outside," Kn- The colony dies off and only newly mated ing the daylight hours. Nearly the entire colony odel says. "If constrained, yellowjacket workers queens will find a protected place to overwinter. I I ll i lll-1 Don't Niss An ][ssue or renew your In-County - $34 Out-of-County - $38 Out-of-State - $4 P.O. Box 49, Park giver, ND 58 /o Your Hometown Paper in the Heart GRAFTON, N.D. -- Walsh Olson Oil 71 Shooting 75 straight WD Suda, Ken Fischer, Jerry Blan- County Gun Club results after 13 Vets 68 Craig Magnusson chard weeks ending Aug 8 are: Kirkeby Farms 64 Remington League Browning League Winchester League Top shooter after 325 targets Park River Legion 90 Mostad Ins 83 Thompson Spuds 83 Brad Magnusson 311 Extra End 89 Torkelson Farms 76 Thompson Trackers 80 Mike Stellon 310 Kilmer Construction 88 Spudnik 68 Tallackson Farms 70 Jody Lee 310 Fordville Co op 79 Swartz Plumbing 66 Centrol 59 Craig Magnusson 308 Blanchards 70 Custom Ag 49 Bremer Bank 37 Jeff Dahlen 308 Polar 69 Rosies 48 Top shooter after 325 targets Ron Hultin 307 South Branch Bison 61 Top shooter after 325 ta ets Doug Thompson 318 Andrew Torkelson 305 Top shooters after 325 targets Scott Phelps 314 Wade Thompson 3 l 5 Nate Tallackson 304 WD Suda 312 Rod Howatt 310 Dan Schildele 315 JeffDahlen 303 Jerry Blanchard 308 Ron Lline 305 WD Suda 314 Jen3 Blanchard 302 Jerry Blanchard 306 Nic Beneda 304 Jen~ Blanchard 314 Shooting 25 straight Rock Desautel 305 John Forbes 303 Doug Thompson 314 Dale Holland x3, Jerry Blan- Jim Enlow 303 Dwight Wilson 300 Craig Magnusson 313 chard x3, Brad Magnusson x6, Ken Fischer 302 Shooting 25 straight Scott Hills 312 Craig Magnusson x2, Jeff Dahlen Shooting 25 straight Rod Howatt x5, Scott Phelps, Shooting 25 straight x3, Nate Tallackson x3, Jody Lee x Rock Desautel x3, Ashley De- Andrew Torkelson x2, Nic Beneda Doug Thompson x 4, Billy 3, Tom McCann, Mike Kirkeby, sautel, Jim Enlow x2,Jim Mosolf, x2, Ron Line x2, Jeremy Bosh, Thompson x4, Jim Thompson x 3, Mike Stellon x4, Ron Hultin x4, WD Suda x2, Ken Fischer x2, Jen2 Dwight Wilson x4, Steve Berkaas Jody Lee, WE Suda x2, John Andrew Torkelson x4, Josh Lien, Blanchard x5, Grant Skibicki x3, x3, John Forbes, Jeremy Dvorak x Forbes, Scott Hills x2, Craig Mag- Brice Welch, Greg Erovick x2, Greg Anderson, John Samdahl, 2, Lynn Miller, Tom Balsdon nusson x2, Greg Skibiki x 3, Ken . oug M ct ann, tJary hove, JOSh Doug Hove, Darrin Blanchard, Shooting 50 straight rlscner Jerry t lancnarcl x ,-, . - . -: I" "'" ' " "-" n ; " ;' ' 4 +nompson, Kandy Hahn, DustmCurtis Simon, Rock Desautel, Tony Andrew Torkelson, Steve l eeu LmWS xz, LIa cnmaeJe x,Martin Hensel, Gary Hove, Ai Thompson Bjarkaas x2, Scott Phelps Brad Magnusson x4, Bud Syming-Shooting 50 straight Shooting 50straight ! Shooting 75 straight JeffDahlen, Jody Lee Doug Hove, Rock Desautel, i Scott Phelps ton x2, Garald Gillies, Tom Thompson x2, Andy Thompson, Nate Tallackson x3, Dan Schildele, Wade Thompson x2, Tom Olson x2, Ron Hultin x2, Doug Vosper Shooting 50 straight Doug Thompson x3, Wade Thompson. Dan Schindele. Jeny Blanchard, WD Suda, Reed daws, Doug Vosper, Brad Magnusson Shooting 75 straight Scott Hills, Craig Magnusson Shooting 100 straight Dan Schindele Federal League Magnus Force 113 Jims Super Valu 86 Welchs 72 Simplot 72 Brought to you by the North Dakota Department of Transportation and North Dakota Law Enforcement. run the show. They charge big fees lace requirements on channel placement of Authorized I~taller 284.7221 / 800.284.7222 Activation fee/line: 535 IMPORTANI CONSUMER INFORMATION: Subject to Cust Agmt, Calling Plan, rebate brm & credit approval. Up to S175 early termination fee ($350 for advanced devices) & add1 charges apply to device capabilities. 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Gehl 15'Truss Boom 1 Bobcat 20" Auger Attachment Forklift 20' Man Work Platform Trailers 2012 34' Pro-Trak Fifthwheel Trailer with Flexcontrol 2-12001b axels 20' Prairie Flatbed Trailer with bumper hitch 2-7000 Ib axels - 16' Car Trailer - 2 Skid Steer Trailers. 30' x 8.5' Haulmark Enclosed Trailer 14'x 7' Cargo Pro Enclosed Trailer I 0' x 7' Enclosed Trailer Trucks & Vehicles 1983 GMC 6 yard Diesel Gravel Truck 135k miles v/n 1GBL7DIG2DV112601 1970 Chevrolet C150 6 Yard Gas Gravel Truck 126k miles vln CE530P 147371 1983 Chevy 70 Model Auger Truck CAPTAIN Digger Derrick v/n 1GBI702E10V29998 1968 7500 GMC Auger Truck POLECAT Digger Derrick vln DO58460 2007 Chevrolet Z71 Silverado 217k miles vln IGCEK19007E585605 - 1993 Ford F-250 XLT Dual Crew Cab 166k miles vln 2FTJW35M7PA97202 2001 Ford F-250 XLT Extended Cab Super Duty with Power Stroke, Diesel, 310k miles, vln I FTNX21 F9 IEA17691 1995 Chevrolet 1500 4x4 299k miles 1GCEK19KgSE278945 1990 Ford F-150 Lariat XLT Supercab 180k miles vln I FTEX14N1LKB2867 1986 Ford F-150 94k miles vln IFTDFI 5Y4GPB89452 1980 Ford F-250 Custom Utility 167k miles vln F25FPHA6084 Miscellaneous Equipment & Tools (2x) 48" Power Trowels w/Honda GX270 9hp Shop Tools . Procut Walk Behind Concrete Saw Airmate Air Compressor 2 Plate Packers 2 Screeds I Spin-Screed with 20' pipe, 22'pipe & 26' pipe Laser Alignment Spectral Precision Laser LLI00 Portable Texturing Machine Laser Alignment Laser Beacon LB- I0. Coleman Max 5000ER Generator Dewalt Power Tools Bosch Table Saw Dewalt Cut Off Masonry Tools 200 amp Schumacher Battery Charger M170 Master Pro Heater VAL6 Infra Red Oil Heater Craftsman Table Saw . Bander with extra 3 Roils Consignmens By: Tim Petsinger: 218.779.2280 (Tim) 1990 Snorkel-Economy 32' 15001b Scissor Lift, SN:CL 19038 1989 Snorkel-Economy 32' 15001b Scissor Lift, SN: DM 81053 Lincoln Ranger 250-Engine Driven Welder 1837hrs Rol-Air Compressor with I thhp motor-Staplers and Nailers Sold Separate Graco-Falcon Paint Sprayer 10:1-Never Used Cast Iron Planners and Table Saws. Oil, Propane and Ventilation Heaters John Case Equipment Company: 701.330.3943 (Dave) 1992 Mack RD600GK T/A DumpTruck, Model: RD600GK, SN: 1M3P114K2NM001252, Mileage: NA, EM6-300, 300 HP, eng. Brake, 9 speed, diff lock, A/R cab, dbl frame, camelback susp 211 in. WB, Bibeau 15'6" steel box, air assist gate 2005 Case 850 Crawler Tractor, s/n AL004904, Case Diesel Engine, 6-Way Blade CONTACT: Bob Pifer- 701.371.8538 This sale is managed by." Pifer's Auction & Realb'. The owner reserves the ,'ideh~ 1o reject any and all bids. All statements made the day of the auction lake precedence over all primed materials. Kevin Pifer, NI) #715