The City of Superior has dealt with gypsy moths and emerald ash bore recently. In fact my co-host Ken Hayes had to have a tree from his boulevard removed because of the threat. Now the Minnesota Department of Agriculture says we need to treat 1,200 acres of land in the City of Duluth to slow the spread of a gypsy moth infestation.
When spring arrived, so did the ants. I've tried several things to get rid of these little guys. I've kept the kitchen clean, wiped down the counters with bleach, and tried the Combat Ant Baits. None of them worked
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