Controlling fire ants in your lawn and garden

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You may have seen big brown clumps of dirt in your yard or around your plants this Spring.

This is where thousands of fire ants are working in a colony.

But beware, they’re aggressive and it stings when they bite.

On Monday’s Successful Gardening, Karen Neill talks about ways to control the fire ant population in your lawn and garden.

You can get more information from the NC Cooperative Extension at www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/ent/notes/Urban/ifa.htm.

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