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Ground spraying for mosquitos may start soon in Moorhead

Moorhead residents who do not want ground spraying done at their property or have questions or concerns may fill out a contact form, and Public Works will work to answer their questions

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Moorhead could begin ground spraying for mosquitos soon.
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MOORHEAD — Recent rains and warm weather have increased the likelihood the Moorhead area will see a mosquito hatch in the next week, and if mosquito numbers increase, ground spraying could start in the city.

That's according to a statement released by the city of Moorhead, which added that if residents do not want ground spraying done at their property or have questions or concerns, they may fill out a contact form and Public Works will work to answer their questions.

Visit Moorhead's webpage on mosquito control at cityofmoorhead.com/departments/public-works/mosquito-control-information-methodology for suggestions on protection during this mosquito season.

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