Bad Year for Fire Ants

The B@stards... and they are all moving north... and they saeem to be hiding their nests better, in mulch and taller grass. Nothing worse than coming across a nest of them in the mulch pile.
John!
Northeast GA in the US Southern Piedmont
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GA Pinhead wrote:

I'm thankful that fire ants don't survive this far north. Of course, for many years I believed that Japanese Beetles couldn't live this far north. That was wishful thinking. The first year that I saw them there was only one. The next year a few. Now, I've giving thought to spraying my grape vines. Maybe not this year, collecting them by hand is keeping the damage to a minimum.
Steve in the Adirondacks
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