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Honeysuckle increases tick density

24 Dec 2018 2:40 PM | Richard Pouzar (Administrator)

A 2010 study by two universities in Missouri determined that the density of honeysuckle in forests correlated with the increased population of ticks in those same plots.  Get rid of bush honeysuckle in your forest and you reduce the potential risk from tick-borne diseases.

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