With all the hoopla about how 2021 has to be better than 2020, I just realized it just so happens to be a year for swarms of trillions of locusts, lol! (Yes, I know they are not really locusts). Who's ready? Any tips we tend to forget between the years? I remember losing some lilac bushes to the last brood that hatched a few years ago. I'm wondering about harvesting and preserving them for chickens fodder...feasible? Other ideas for these little 100 decibel devils?
And he said, "I want to live as an honest man, to get all I deserve, and to give all I can, and to love a young woman whom I don't understand. Your Highness, your ways are very strange."
they should store well dry, as long as rodents don’t get into them and you can use them before dermestid beetles reduce them to dust. or freezer? i remember brood v in eastern ohio in 2016 did serious damage to chestnut orchards there.
i found a pretty good brood map that seems to suggest there will be brood x just over the mountains from me in tn, but here we’re probably waiting for brood xiv in 2025. oh well.