Wednesday, July 6, 2022
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Ticks — and the diseases they carry — are on the rise in Ohio this season and will likely continue to increase.

Some plants naturally keep mosquitoes at bay. Most of them do well in containers that can be arranged around outdoor gatherings. Julie Geiss offers insight.

The Asian Longhorned Beetle quarantine has been lifted in parts of East Fork State Park and its campground, a sign of progress in the eradication process. 

Ticks can pose a threat to humans because they are vectors for disease. When you spend time outdoors, protect yourself from ticks to prevent disease.

Ohio Department of Agriculture announced a spotted lanternfly quarantine in Jefferson and Cuyahoga counties in Ohio where there are established populations.

Fall armyworms are semi-tropical species that "fly" north in August and September and attack field crops, especially corn and small grains.

Learn more about Gypsy moth caterpillars, their preferred host and proven management techniques to eliminate the pest.

USDA is announcing its plans for combatting the Asian longhorned beetle in Massachusetts, New York, Ohio and South Carolina in 2021.

The West Virginia Department of Agriculture has confirmed a third county, Jefferson, that now hosts the invasive spotted lanternfly.

Julie Geiss recalls an encounter with a blacklegged tick and shares tips from the Ohio Department of Health to decrease the risk of Lyme disease exposure.