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Baws
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Bugs this Summer
Do you think, with these recent record low temps, a lot of the bugs will be killed off and we'll see less of them come spring/summer?


SG_Geaux
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re: Bugs this Summer
No more mosquitoes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


ccomeaux
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re: Bugs this Summer
Alaska says 'wassup'.


BurningHeart
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re: Bugs this Summer
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Do you think, with these recent record low temps, a lot of the bugs will be killed off and we'll see less of them come spring/summer?


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OWLFAN86
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murder doodle bugs!!!


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Pledge
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re: Bugs this Summer
No, I’ve been cultivating mosquitos for years in my garage. I’ve specifically bred them to bite as much as possible and I’ve been waiting for a time to release them.


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TygerTyger
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re: Bugs this Summer
Minnesota is known for their huge mosquito population.

So, no, don't expect a reprieve from those little bastards.


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goofball
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re: Bugs this Summer
Maybe some. But not noticeable.


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The Boat
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re: Bugs this Summer
Considering mosquitoes live about a week I'm guessing they'll be able to shake this off


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SEClint
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re: Bugs this Summer
No

Theyre gonna regroup and come back stronger

All out pestilence.
This post was edited on 2/18 at 12:34 pm


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TigerstuckinMS
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re: Bugs this Summer
Mosquito eggs can survive freezing.

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Baws
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re: Bugs this Summer
I've read Mosquitoes eggs die at sub zero temperatures, but survive below freezing temps.


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mylsuhat
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re: Bugs this Summer
Ask someone who lives in Alaska how that works...


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rondo
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re: Bugs this Summer
Lack of moisture would have a greater impact than a week of cold weather.


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lsujunky
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re: Bugs this Summer
The mosquito's in Michigan are no joke and it gets cold a frick there.


NYCAuburn
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re: Bugs this Summer
I doubt your ground froze deep enough to get the bugs in your area.



Baws
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re: Bugs this Summer
Minus 20. Windchill was minus 40.


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choupiquesushi
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Negligible impact of any


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agdoctor
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Definitely will crush the stink bug population


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IAmNERD
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Not mosquitoes, but I am hoping it will affect the damn fleas. For some reason when we moved a few year ago, the new yard was absolutely covered in fleas. My poor dog got eaten up and we had to switch flea meds on her and my legs would be absolutely covered every time I cut grass when we first got there. I've had to have it treated by the pest control guy that sprays my place every spring for the past few years. He told me a really cold spell or a below average winter season will definitely lower their numbers.



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