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Army Worms Marching On NE Texas Pastures & Lawns

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Sarah Latham, Rains County Agrilife Extension Agent, says army worms (caterpillars that will grow into moths) are causing considerable damage on Northeast Texas pastures and lawns.  She says if you see three or more army worms per square foot, you should start treatment of the lawn or pasture immediately.  Aphids are also causing problems for many plants.

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Dr. John Mark Dempsey is an associate professor of radio-television at A&M-Commerce, part of the department of Literature and Languages. He works part-time as a news announcer-producer for the Texas State Network in Dallas. Dr. Dempsey was the first student to broadcast on KETR back in 1975 and was also the first person to broadcast Commerce Tigers football on the station (as a student.)
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