Dennis Ring, Morgan, Alan L., Pollet, Dale K. | 8/24/2010 6:18:49 PM
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Well, the year is starting mixed up as usual – warm-to-hot wet weather when it should be cool. And we are beginning to see some of the results of the weather conditions.
Bugs for January include:
Although we have had some crazy weather, we are still seeing some insects flying around and creating a nuisance of themselves. Even honeybee swarms are starting with the hot, sunny weather we had last week, and those in trees are coming out and getting ready for spring, which seems just around the corner.
Bugs for February include:
Well, the weather
cannot make up its mind as to rainfall or temperature, but the insect
population has been awakened and is already moving everywhere. Looks
like it will be a big bug year, so be aware. Remember to watch for any
unusual signs, symptoms or bugs because several invasive pests are
heading to our doorsteps, knocking on the door and trying to get in.
Bugs for April include:
We are getting hot and wet, and we are beginning to see some serious insect problems.
Bugs for May:
Bugs for June include:
Here are the bugs of August. Some are a little unusual, especially the parasite.
Bugs for August:
A variety of insects are showing up this month. Some are repeats, and others are common this time of year.
Bugs for September include:
A variety of pest problems have developed the past month, and homeowners need a “heads up.”
Bugs for November Include: