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What’s In Store For Your 2020 Growing Season

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“Ticks have to be attached and feeding before they can transmit disease, and for disease like Lyme disease they have to be attached for 24 hours. It’s important to check yourself for ticks and to get them off before they become attached.” – Laura Iles

Every growing season brings a unique set of insects, diseases and challenges for gardeners, homeowners and farmers.

On this episode of Talk of Iowa, host Charity Nebbe is joined by Laura Iles and Lina Rodriguez-Salamanca from the Iowa State University Plant and Insect Diagnostic Clinic to discuss the common insect, pest and plant diseases. Horticulture specialist Richard Jauron joins the program to answer questions about the plants and trees from listeners.

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Charity Nebbe is the host of IPR's Talk of Iowa