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Pest plague strikes the Northwest

Jul 14, 2017
Mormon crickets—insects that can grow to almost 3 inches long—have been observed in Idaho and Oregon recently. Earlier in the year, pockets of infestations were noted in Arizona, Nebraska, and South Dakota according to USDA. The large insects travel in massive bands and can destroy large swaths of crops.

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