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Crabgrass Germination Advice for Homeowners

Given the warm temperatures in North Texas, Dr. Matt Elmore, sent out a note today alerting us that NOW is the time to┬átreat for crabgrass! I thought this was good information for all our readers, even for those of you who are not in north TX. I have heard about forsythia bush being a guide to planting but never, thought of it as a guide for herbicide applications, great tip from Matt! With soil temperatures rising to the upper 50s and low 60s this week and we may… Read More →

School Pest News, Volume 13, Issue 10, October 2014

Attention Administrators, Faculty, and Nurses! Bonny Mayes, MA, Epidemiologist, Zoonosis Control Branch, Texas Department of State Health Services The Texas Department of State Health Services would like to invite the kids at your school to participate in a Rabies Awareness & Prevention Poster Contest. Rabies is a viral disease that kills over 50,000 people every year around the world. Human deaths from rabies in the United States are very rare (approximately one death per year, almost exclusively due to rabies associated with bats). This is due to strict… Read More →