You know how nice it is to have a warm home to go to when it’s cold and nasty outside?
You hear about the dangers of ticks often in the spring and summer but what you think is that blood sucking creature on you might be something completely different.
Entomologist Bill Todaro joined The KDKA Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway to discuss the difference between ticks and “billbugs” as well as dispel some other common insect misconceptions.
Eastern tent caterpillars – or bag worms – form their white, cobweb-like nests every year. This year, experts say there are even more in our area.
Any gardener worth his or her salt can tell you which critters do the most damage.
A lot of people these days are worried about the health effects and risks that chemical pesticides have on the environment.
Benjamin Franklin is credited with saying that “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Apparently, no truer words have been spoken when it comes to stink bugs.