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Bed Bugs – Department of Entomology (Penn State University)

More resources All members of the bed bug family feed on the blood of birds or mammals. The bed bug, Cimex lectularius, attacks man, as does the Eastern bat bed bug, Cimex adjunctus Continue reading



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Bed Bugs - Department of Entomology (Penn State University)

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Flea Market Finds: Avoid fleas (or bedbugs) at the flea market – Charleston Gazette-Mail (subscription)

Courtesy photo Flea markets got their name from French markets where shoppers worried about fleas in old items. Do you remember as a child hearing about people going to flea markets? Continue reading



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Flea Market Finds: Avoid fleas (or bedbugs) at the flea market - Charleston Gazette-Mail (subscription)

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Tree, turf and ornamental plant update June 15, 2017 – Michigan State University Extension

Tree, turf and ornamental plant update June 15, 2017 Dry conditions, leaf drop on maple, rose chafer and forest tent caterpillar are active, scout for scale crawlers, symptoms of fungal pathogen showing up, bat bugs and two awesome beetles. Posted on June 16, 2017 by Jill ODonnell, Howard Russell, Bert Cregg and Duke Elsner, Michigan State University Extension The following is a summary of current plant development and pest activity for landscape professionals, Master Gardeners, nursery and Christmas tree growers. Continue reading



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Tree, turf and ornamental plant update June 15, 2017 - Michigan State University Extension

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Scranton School Board increases incentive options for employees … – Scranton Times-Tribune

Article Tools With nearly four dozen teachers and paraprofessionals preparing to retire next week with an incentive, the Scranton School District wants to shrink its workforce even more. Hoping to delay or avoid layoffs, school directors voted Monday night to approve retirement incentives for three additional employee groups. Total savings will depend on the number of employees who leave and whether the district replaces them with people at lower salaries. Continue reading



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Scranton School Board increases incentive options for employees ... - Scranton Times-Tribune

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The bed bug crisis: Yes, it’s real – Philly.com

Editors note: Its Bug Bed Awareness Week. Bed bugs were rare in the United States from 1930 to about 1980 Continue reading



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The bed bug crisis: Yes, it's real - Philly.com

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