Gardeners and farmers are experiencing the worst attack of fall armyworms since the 1970s. The battalions of the hungry moth caterpillars are eating their way through grains, grasses, vegetables and more. Entomologists think the severity of the attack this year has occurred because of the mild southern winter which more moths survived before storm fronts carried them north. This presents another potential problem that scientists blame on our warming climate change. And this problem could effect our food chain eventually. Source – The Week      

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