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Darrell Blackwelder: Fire ants attacking, fungus growing

Published 12:00 am Friday, August 31, 2012

By Darrell Blackwelder
For the Salisbury Post
SALISBURY – It’s the end of August and the weather has been rather pleasant, allowing many people to work outdoors. Many have questions concerning their lawns and gardens. Below are a few questions gleaned from phone inquiries, walk-in traffic and emails.
Q: I got stung by fire ants today. What can I do to control them?
Read the answer and more at Farm Carolina – All about Food, Garden and Farm!

 
 

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