Those looking to get outside and away from COVID-19 restrictions as temperatures warm up will likely find conditions a little more buggy. That’s because a combination of warmer, humid weather and recent heavy rains are expected to generate a mosquito population boom. While there are propane-fueled mosquito traps and insect zappers, Prof. Mike Draney, a UW-Green Bay biology instructor, says some simple steps can help you better contend with the bugs.
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9 Jan, 2020