The autumn season is here, so it’s time for warmer clothes, trendy apple and pumpkin dishes, and moths. As the temperature drops, these pests will seek warmth and food, and your wool sweaters, cashmere clothes, and furs can provide both. But by following these simple points, you can protect your clothes and potentially save yourself from expensive damage.
For those of you who don’t enjoy the sweltering humidity of Maryland’s summer, will soon be sweater weather! But as you’re swapping out your wardrobe with warmer, comfier clothes, you might notice a few holes in those sweaters.
Now that the weather is cooling down, you’re probably finding yourself digging through the closet to pull out your wool sweaters. And, if you’re like many of us, you’ll notice your sweaters have some small holes in them (at least, we hope they’re small).
The increase of global trade and travel over the last several decades has been overall beneficial but has also has brought unwelcome visitors: Invasive insect species. What insect species are invasive and how do they impact us here in Maryland? Let’s take a look!
Winter is right around the corner and it is time to break out your sweaters! Your closet may soon (if not already) be filled with warm cashmere, wool, and fur clothes.