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  • Maryland DNR posted a photo:

    Midge Pilot Program

    9/11/17 by Stephen Badger, Office of Communications

    Agriculture and Natural Resources staff have identified a 260-acre section of the Back River in Essex where midge populations have become a major nuisance.

    Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti)​​​ will be applied by boat using an apparatus designed specifically for midge control. Bti is a naturally occurring soil bacterium that has been demonstrated to be non-toxic to humans, mammals, birds, fish and most invertebrates.

  • Maryland DNR posted a photo:

    Midge Pilot Program

    9/11/17 by Stephen Badger, Office of Communications

    Agriculture and Natural Resources staff have identified a 260-acre section of the Back River in Essex where midge populations have become a major nuisance.

    Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti)​​​ will be applied by boat using an apparatus designed specifically for midge control. Bti is a naturally occurring soil bacterium that has been demonstrated to be non-toxic to humans, mammals, birds, fish and most invertebrates.

  • Maryland DNR posted a photo:

    Midge Pilot Program

    9/11/17 by Stephen Badger, Office of Communications

    Agriculture and Natural Resources staff have identified a 260-acre section of the Back River in Essex where midge populations have become a major nuisance.

    Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti)​​​ will be applied by boat using an apparatus designed specifically for midge control. Bti is a naturally occurring soil bacterium that has been demonstrated to be non-toxic to humans, mammals, birds, fish and most invertebrates.

  • Maryland DNR posted a photo:

    Midge Pilot Program

    9/11/17 by Stephen Badger, Office of Communications

    Agriculture and Natural Resources staff have identified a 260-acre section of the Back River in Essex where midge populations have become a major nuisance.

    Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti)​​​ will be applied by boat using an apparatus designed specifically for midge control. Bti is a naturally occurring soil bacterium that has been demonstrated to be non-toxic to humans, mammals, birds, fish and most invertebrates.

  • Maryland DNR posted a photo:

    Midge Pilot Program

    9/11/17 by Stephen Badger, Office of Communications

    Agriculture and Natural Resources staff have identified a 260-acre section of the Back River in Essex where midge populations have become a major nuisance.

    Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti)​​​ will be applied by boat using an apparatus designed specifically for midge control. Bti is a naturally occurring soil bacterium that has been demonstrated to be non-toxic to humans, mammals, birds, fish and most invertebrates.

  • Maryland DNR posted a photo:

    Midge Pilot Program

    9/11/17 by Stephen Badger, Office of Communications

    Agriculture and Natural Resources staff have identified a 260-acre section of the Back River in Essex where midge populations have become a major nuisance.

    Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti)​​​ will be applied by boat using an apparatus designed specifically for midge control. Bti is a naturally occurring soil bacterium that has been demonstrated to be non-toxic to humans, mammals, birds, fish and most invertebrates.

  • Maryland DNR posted a photo:

    Midge Pilot Program

    9/11/17 by Stephen Badger, Office of Communications

    Agriculture and Natural Resources staff have identified a 260-acre section of the Back River in Essex where midge populations have become a major nuisance.

    Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti)​​​ will be applied by boat using an apparatus designed specifically for midge control. Bti is a naturally occurring soil bacterium that has been demonstrated to be non-toxic to humans, mammals, birds, fish and most invertebrates.

  • Maryland DNR posted a photo:

    Midge Pilot Program

    9/11/17 by Stephen Badger, Office of Communications

    Agriculture and Natural Resources staff have identified a 260-acre section of the Back River in Essex where midge populations have become a major nuisance.

    Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti)​​​ will be applied by boat using an apparatus designed specifically for midge control. Bti is a naturally occurring soil bacterium that has been demonstrated to be non-toxic to humans, mammals, birds, fish and most invertebrates.

  • Maryland DNR posted a photo:

    Midge Pilot Program

    9/11/17 by Stephen Badger, Office of Communications

    Agriculture and Natural Resources staff have identified a 260-acre section of the Back River in Essex where midge populations have become a major nuisance.

    Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti)​​​ will be applied by boat using an apparatus designed specifically for midge control. Bti is a naturally occurring soil bacterium that has been demonstrated to be non-toxic to humans, mammals, birds, fish and most invertebrates.

  • Maryland DNR posted a photo:

    Midge Pilot Program

    9/11/17 by Stephen Badger, Office of Communications

    Agriculture and Natural Resources staff have identified a 260-acre section of the Back River in Essex where midge populations have become a major nuisance.

    Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti)​​​ will be applied by boat using an apparatus designed specifically for midge control. Bti is a naturally occurring soil bacterium that has been demonstrated to be non-toxic to humans, mammals, birds, fish and most invertebrates.

  • Maryland DNR posted a photo:

    Midge Pilot Program

    9/11/17 by Stephen Badger, Office of Communications

    Agriculture and Natural Resources staff have identified a 260-acre section of the Back River in Essex where midge populations have become a major nuisance.

    Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti)​​​ will be applied by boat using an apparatus designed specifically for midge control. Bti is a naturally occurring soil bacterium that has been demonstrated to be non-toxic to humans, mammals, birds, fish and most invertebrates.

  • Maryland DNR posted a photo:

    Midge Pilot Program

    9/11/17 by Stephen Badger, Office of Communications

    Agriculture and Natural Resources staff have identified a 260-acre section of the Back River in Essex where midge populations have become a major nuisance.

    Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti)​​​ will be applied by boat using an apparatus designed specifically for midge control. Bti is a naturally occurring soil bacterium that has been demonstrated to be non-toxic to humans, mammals, birds, fish and most invertebrates.

  • Maryland DNR posted a photo:

    Midge Pilot Program

    9/11/17 by Stephen Badger, Office of Communications

    Agriculture and Natural Resources staff have identified a 260-acre section of the Back River in Essex where midge populations have become a major nuisance.

    Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti)​​​ will be applied by boat using an apparatus designed specifically for midge control. Bti is a naturally occurring soil bacterium that has been demonstrated to be non-toxic to humans, mammals, birds, fish and most invertebrates.

  • Maryland DNR posted a photo:

    Midge Pilot Program

    9/11/17 by Stephen Badger, Office of Communications

    Agriculture and Natural Resources staff have identified a 260-acre section of the Back River in Essex where midge populations have become a major nuisance.

    Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti)​​​ will be applied by boat using an apparatus designed specifically for midge control. Bti is a naturally occurring soil bacterium that has been demonstrated to be non-toxic to humans, mammals, birds, fish and most invertebrates.

  • Maryland DNR posted a photo:

    Midge Pilot Program

    9/11/17 by Stephen Badger, Office of Communications

    Agriculture and Natural Resources staff have identified a 260-acre section of the Back River in Essex where midge populations have become a major nuisance.

    Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti)​​​ will be applied by boat using an apparatus designed specifically for midge control. Bti is a naturally occurring soil bacterium that has been demonstrated to be non-toxic to humans, mammals, birds, fish and most invertebrates.

  • Maryland DNR posted a photo:

    Midge Pilot Program

    9/11/17 by Stephen Badger, Office of Communications

    Agriculture and Natural Resources staff have identified a 260-acre section of the Back River in Essex where midge populations have become a major nuisance.

    Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti)​​​ will be applied by boat using an apparatus designed specifically for midge control. Bti is a naturally occurring soil bacterium that has been demonstrated to be non-toxic to humans, mammals, birds, fish and most invertebrates.

  • Maryland DNR posted a photo:

    Midge Pilot Program

    9/11/17 by Stephen Badger, Office of Communications

    Agriculture and Natural Resources staff have identified a 260-acre section of the Back River in Essex where midge populations have become a major nuisance.

    Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti)​​​ will be applied by boat using an apparatus designed specifically for midge control. Bti is a naturally occurring soil bacterium that has been demonstrated to be non-toxic to humans, mammals, birds, fish and most invertebrates.

  • Maryland DNR posted a photo:

    Midge Pilot Program

    9/11/17 by Stephen Badger, Office of Communications

    Agriculture and Natural Resources staff have identified a 260-acre section of the Back River in Essex where midge populations have become a major nuisance.

    Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti)​​​ will be applied by boat using an apparatus designed specifically for midge control. Bti is a naturally occurring soil bacterium that has been demonstrated to be non-toxic to humans, mammals, birds, fish and most invertebrates.

  • Maryland DNR posted a photo:

    Midge Pilot Program

    9/11/17 by Stephen Badger, Office of Communications

    Agriculture and Natural Resources staff have identified a 260-acre section of the Back River in Essex where midge populations have become a major nuisance.

    Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti)​​​ will be applied by boat using an apparatus designed specifically for midge control. Bti is a naturally occurring soil bacterium that has been demonstrated to be non-toxic to humans, mammals, birds, fish and most invertebrates.

  • Maryland DNR posted a photo:

    Midge Pilot Program

    9/11/17 by Stephen Badger, Office of Communications

    Agriculture and Natural Resources staff have identified a 260-acre section of the Back River in Essex where midge populations have become a major nuisance.

    Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti)​​​ will be applied by boat using an apparatus designed specifically for midge control. Bti is a naturally occurring soil bacterium that has been demonstrated to be non-toxic to humans, mammals, birds, fish and most invertebrates.