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Plants and insects come alive in spring

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By Jeneen Wiche

The hostas and daylilies are barely poking out of the ground and I’m already noticing signs of slug activity.  
The primrose and lungwort have been munched on; bagworms are dangling from the pines and the next generation of borers are stirring beneath the bark getting ready to emerge and reproduce; the larvae of the holly leaf-miner are ready to become flies.
So, what do we do? For starters, go outside and take a good look around. Examine your plant material and look for any evidence of insect activity.  


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