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THE WISCONSIN GARDENER

New Insects on the Horizon Thanks to Climate Change

  • Aired: 03/21/2013
  • 07:03
  • Rating: TV-G
Climate change has already brought new insects to Wisconsin and altered current insect populations. University of Wisconsin-Extension entomologist Phil Pellitteri explains what else is coming and how it will affect our gardens.
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Learn how climate change will affect the insects that find a home in our gardens.
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