For years, North Texas parents have put their children to bed saying “Don’t let the bed bugs bite.” But that phrase, meant as a joke, has become a strange reality for many across the region.
They are swarming around porch lights, splattering on windshields and crawling out of the ground. An exceptionally warm winter, combined with heavy spring rains, is fueling spring insect populations in North Texas much earlier than pest control experts expected.
The extreme heat in North Texas has resulted in one good side effect — there are fewer fire ants.
A conference going on in North Texas right now is dealing with what some call an epidemic, bed bugs.
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