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They warn about the existence of a "great nest of hornets" in a La Chana garbage can

The best times of year to allow insects like wasps such as summer to spread are spring and summer.

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They warn about the existence of a "great nest of hornets" in a La Chana garbage can

The best times of year to allow insects like wasps such as summer to spread are spring and summer. This is usually done in nature, where they build nests in trees or other areas that are out of reach for humans. Their expansion can be so rapid that they sometimes set up houses in cities. This can lead to serious problems. This is exactly what is happening in the Chana neighbourhood of Granada. A hornet's nest built in a trash container is making its neighbors nervous.

He assures IDEAL J. P. that he is the same person. A Chana resident who wishes to keep his identity private, he has expressed concern at the size of the wasp nest's growth in recent days. The rancher explains that it looked like a pingpong ball at first but is now larger than an adult's fist.

The man noticed the presence of the nest within a blue container at Carretera de Malaga 72. He immediately gave the information to the cleaning service, who informed him that they would investigate the matter. The hornet's nest was not removed for weeks. "I passed it this morning and it was still there. It's not something that I pay attention to, and I don’t know where to take it. They have to do it anyway they can.

Although he doesn't fear wasps, he admits that the current situation worries him. "I put the garbage there every single day, and you can hear the buzzing inside the container when it is hot." Because someone could throw a piece or cardboard at the nest, and the warns will eat it. He considers it "big words" since "it'sn't about a mosquito bite." It can be a problem for someone allergic to it. I hope they get rid of it quickly.

IDEAL was faced with this situation and contacted Inagra and the City Council of Granada to determine when the nest of wasps will be removed from the garbage bin. Inagra reported that an incident was already opened to Athisa Environment so they can manage the situation and remove the nest. They are not able to remove it, despite knowing how everything develops.

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