Unleashing a world where pesky mosquitoes cease to exist, we’re inching closer to freedom. ‘Sniffing out Freedom’ explores natural odors vampires of the insect realm simply loathe. A journey amid smoky citronella walls and fresh lemongrass lanes, join us as we unveil aromatic fortresses these winged nuisances dare not breach!
The gentle breeze of a sunny summer day is interrupted as the strong aroma of vinegar fills the air. The smell is attracting curious bees, drawn in by its pungent scent. But how exactly do these little creatures feel about this sour smell?
Bumblebees reviled for their notorious sting have a sweet side too — they can be repelled by the familiar scent of vinegar! Discover the science behind this repulsion and why vinegar may be an effective bee repellent.
The sweet smell of flowers and the perfume of fruit on a summer day may be delightful to humans, but these scents have a much less pleasant side—they can repel bees. Unpleasant odors like garlic, vinegar, and chili powder are off-putting to these important pollinators!