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Got ants in your pantry? Tiny ants can be big bother to many South Central Texas homeowners

Pharaohs and rovers sighted in homes throughout South Central Texas! No, it’s not a tabloid headline. The pharaohs aren’t related to King Tut or Ramses, and the rovers aren’t really too wild. However, these two diminutive ant species – found in pantries, on kitchen counters, and in and around sinks — can be a big bother for many South Central Texas residents, said Texas AgriLife Extension Service experts. “These ants typically become more active in the summer,” said Wizzie Brown, integrated pest management specialist for AgriLife Extension in… Read More →