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  1. Record rain creates breeding ground for mosquitoesRead the original story w/Photo

    10 min ago | WLFI-TV West Lafayette

    "I've seen bites on my son's scalp," said Goodman. "I've seen them on his legs, and there have been a few on his stomach."


  2. Fifth US state reports vesicular stomatitis in horses in 2015 seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    38 min ago | Horsetalk

    The Colorado Department of Agriculture confirmed on Thursday that horses on two Montrose and one Delta County premises had tested positive for the disease and had been placed under quarantine. Initial investigations into the suspected Colorado cases were carried out by field veterinarians from the State Veterinarian's Office within the Colorado Department of Agriculture.


  3. 8 facts about a modern dinosaur - the alligator snapping turtleRead the original story w/Photo

    40 min ago | MySanAntonio.com

    Pretty big . Males average at about 26 inches long and can sometimes weigh more than 220 pounds, according to National Geographic .


  4. Pet Talk: 4th of July Safety for Your PetsRead the original story w/Photo

    49 min ago | Gilmer Mirror

    Many of us celebrate our nation's Independence Day barbequing and relaxing with loved ones. When the sun goes down, it is a tradition to gather together to admire and enjoy the bright-colored flashes of fireworks that light up our night sky.


  5. Two trees with heart-shaped leaves but different flowersRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Times Beacon Record

    There are two trees commonly seen on Long Island that look very much alike. They are both quick growing trees, with large heart-shaped leaves.


  6. Take your time, research when planning summer landscapeRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Advocate

    Photo by ALLEN OWINGS/LSU AgCenter Landscape professionals are familiar with Louisiana plants and can help create a design that's right for you. Landscapes are dynamic creations that are always changing.


  7. Gardening Tips: Keep Disease and Pests in CheckRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | SooToday

    It's the time of year to look for disease in the garden. Unfortunately, the weather we have been having is the perfect breeding ground for disease.


  8. Gogoi to lead green driveRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Telegraph

    Altogether 10,000 people of Boko in Assam's Kamrup district along with chief minister Tarun Gogoi are all set to "plant hope" by planting saplings in a reserve forest of Kamrup West forest division on Sunday. The drive has been organised on the occasion of Van Mahotsav, which was started in India in 1950 by the ministry of agriculture.


  9. Tea gardens under pest attackRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Telegraph

    Jorhat, July 2: Tea planters in Assam, who are already bracing for low production owing to lack of rainfall during the growing season earlier this year, have now been hit by a bug menace. A white-scaled insect called mealy bug has created havoc in gardens across Upper Assam.


  10. Documentary to feature Greater Cincinnati's battle with emerald ash borerRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | WLWT-TV Cincinnati

    The emerald ash borer has been a problem in Greater Cincinnati for years. One Cincinnati-based company is trying to broadcast the area's struggles and triumphs with the insect to the rest of country.


  11. Prepare to be Bugged This WeekendRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | WIFR

    According to state climatologists, June was the wettest on record in Illinois with a statewide average of 9.5 inches. The standing water made for a perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes.


  12. Woodstock's Kolze's Corner Gardens selected for $10,000 grant for greenhouse curtainRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Northwest Herald

    H. Rick Bamman - hbamman@shawmedia.com Bob Kolze checks the reflective energy curtain as it slides across above him in the main green house in Woodstock on Wednesday, July 1, 2015. After installing a combination of curtains, vents and fans, Kolze has been able to reduce his energy costs a improve crop production after receiving a $10,000 grant from the USDA to fund the project.


  13. Roaches, off-temperature food at some Houston area restaurantsRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Click2Houston

    Some Houston area restaurants were caught with raw meats, insects in the kitchen, and coolers that weren't keeping food at required temperatures. KPRC 2 caught an employee as she was opening the China Border Chinese Restaurant at 5460 North Freeway near Tidwell.


  14. First Aid Summer Survival Tips from Nyack HospitalRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Freshnews

    NYACK, N.Y., July 2, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Before you head outdoors with your family to enjoy the summer weather, plan ahead so you can stay safe and healthy. Take steps to protect yourself from the sun, bugs and poisonous plants #summersafety.


  15. Farmers worry about harvestRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Norwalk Reflector

    On a hot June day, Joe Beaudoin ducked into the shade of his orchard to check for peaches with shallow dimples - the telltale signs left by the brown marmorated stink bug. This invader from Asia has a formidable appetite for the berries, tree fruits and vegetables that Beaudoin grows on his 80-acre farm.


  16. Wyoming already had Jesus Christ Lizards 48 million Years agoRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | I4U Future Technology News

    The so called Jesus Christ Lizards are able to walk on water. Walking is the wrong word, they run over water as you can see in the National Geographic video below.


  17. How does your garden grow with SOW app?Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Alabama Live

    Q: Summer gardens are the best! More flowers, more variety, more tasty things to eat. I mean, what could possibly top a fresh tomato from your back yard?! The pleasure of walking barefoot through a grassy lawn or watching a hummingbird feed on flowers growing near the back door? Of course summer also means more insects and critters looking for a good meal; they appreciate the tasty items we plant for them.


  18. Sweet Corn Crop Running Behind ScheduleRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | WNEP-TV Moosic

    "We get pretty excited when the sweet corn comes, just because my husband likes to make it on the grill. He does a great job with it," Bridgette Reisch Coup said.


  19. Do Organic Farmers Need Special Seeds And Money To Breed Them?Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | WGBH

    Rearranging veggie genes is big business, and we're not even talking about biotechnology. Private companies and university researchers spend hundreds of millions of dollars every year breeding better genetic varieties of food crops.


  20. Northern New England states fight invasive bugsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Ever vigilant, researchers in Northern New England have added more tools to help them track the spread of an invasive beetle that has destroyed millions of ash trees. Dangling this year from tree branches all over New Hampshire and Vermont are horizontal chains of bright green funnels designed to attract and catch the emerald ash borer.