July 17, 2014
Officials in Loudon County, Virginia have decided to forego spraying pesticides for tick control, citing risks to other animal and plant life and possible harmful effects on the water supply. Loudon County has one of the highest Lyme disease rates from tick bites in the country.
July 16, 2014
After much debate, officials in Loudon County, Virginia have decided against using widespread pesticide spraying to kill ticks. The county, which has one of the highest rates of Lyme disease in the country, is concerned over the effects the chemicals would have on other wildlife such as bees and the … LEARN MORE – —>