Deer tick nymphs are most active in the warmer spring and summer
months. A tick bite can lead to Lyme disease or other illnesses.
The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station published an
excellent handbook about tick management several years ago. Here
are eight tips for protecting yourself from ticks, culled mainly
from that handbook.
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