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Posted on: October 4, 2021

Notice a Boxelder Bug Boom?

box elder bugs

Boxelder bugs are native to Minnesota and feed on boxelder, maple and ash trees. Boxelder bugs tend to have high populations during hot, dry summers and are sensing that the weather is changing - alerting them to find a warm place to prepare for the winter months ahead.

Learn more about Boxelder bugs at the University of Minnesota's website: Boxelder bug boom | UMN Extension.

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