August 31, 2015
Jeff Knight of the Nevada Department of Agriculture says the insects
covered between 750-thousand and one million acres of the state
this year, about 10 percent as much land infested by the crickets
the previous year. But Knight says drought conditions helped start
the current invasion seven years ago and a similar drought pattern
could revive the infestation.
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