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Exterminators, scientists see strides in finding, killing bed bugs

As bed bugs increase their presence, exterminators and pesticide researchers are escalating efforts to hunt down and kill the wingless red insect. State entomologist Dr. Jeffrey Brown says although the bugs are hitting Mississippi hard, especially its lodging sector, he sees the nation as a whole making strides in search-and-destroy efforts. His assessment is joined by pest control managers in ...

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Read July 9 issue of MBJ

>> FIGHTING BACK Exterminators, scientists see strides in finding, killing bed bugs — By Ted Carter Also in this week’s paper: >> TRUESOUTH IN FULL SWING New golf tournament field up for July 16— by Staff Reports >> “CALL WAITING” PSC commissioner Presley to challenge law derived from ‘AT&T Bill’— by Clay Chandler >> FINANCE New banking commissioner wants more efficient ...

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Read July 2 issue of the MBJ

>> BED BUGS AND BEYOND State entomologist, hospitality industry at odds over bed bug infestation — By Ted Carter Also in this week’s paper: >> MSC ADDRESSES “CON” LAW State court says original jurisdiction over “certificate of need” unconstitutional— by Clay Chandler >> MAIN STREET MISSISSIPPI— Old Pascagoula High lives on as senior housing— by Ted Carter >> MARTY WISEMAN Can ...

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