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Warm Winter Could Impact Pest Invasions

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Tony DeJesus from New England Pest Control told WPRI that his company has been taking calls about fleas and ticks throughout the winter and experts say ticks and termites could become a big problem this year.

| March 13, 2012

PROVIDENCE, R.I. - This past winter was the second warmest on record in Rhode Island and experts say the warm winter could mean a huge year for bugs. Tony DeJesus from New England Pest Control told WPRI this crazy winter has got the insect world buzzing. New England Pest Control has been taking calls about fleas and ticks throughout the winter and experts say ticks and termites could become a big problem this year.

 

Warm temps may lead to bug invasion: wpri.com

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