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Miller Moths Hanging On

andy lambertJune 20, 2014

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The cooler-than-normal temperatures mean the miller moths that invaded northwest Kansas aren’t in that big of a hurry to leave. While their migration west has picked up, experts say a mild winter in northwest Kansas meant an above-average hatch and it hasn’t been hot enough to get them all scooted along. In time, they’ll head out toward Utah, then come back this fall to lay eggs in the fields.

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