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MORNING UPDATE: New threat arrives for Northland gardeners

Published 05/24/2012, Duluth News Tribune

Jana Albers has been studying bugs in northern Minnesota for 32 years, and she’s never seen this before. A new bug for our region, the variegated cutworm, has invaded, sending light-brown moths across the Northland, laying eggs on the siding of homes and windows — and even on laundry hanging on the line.

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