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Using Mass Media for Extension Messaging

This group is for a 2019-2020 New Technologies for Ag Extension (NTAE) project led by the National Pesticide Safety Education center with partial support from the eXtension Foundation. The project is focused on using Mass Media - radio and digital ads- to drive the public to Extension resources.

BUZZZZZZ - It's a Wasp Guide for Springtime in Texas!


It's Springtime and Nathan Hermond with PVAMU and I have a Spring Wasp Guide in the works. Please take a moment to vote on the design you like best.


The final design will be posted on and included in NPSEC's April Newsletter.  Please let me know if you're not interested in receiving a digital copy by emailing

Happy Spring!

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Voted! Wasps can get really rough(I've went hiking to Big Bend one time and made a huge mistake of having my tent like 40feet away from a nest apparently 😁 Was a prety interesting experience if you ask me. Since then I'm usually checking twice for wasps and other insects before setting camp, at least it doesn't take long(learned a few cool techs from and a few other resources)).

Springtime in Texas brings a variety of buzzing insects, including wasps. While wasps can be beneficial subway surfers for controlling other pests in your garden, it's essential to know how to identify and handle them safely. A Wasp Guide for Springtime in Texas can provide valuable information on the different types of wasps found in the region and tips on managing their presence.


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