If it seems that there are more crickets than usual this year, you're right.
Darren Gooch with Zoellner Exterminating tells KRMG that the crickets are looking for love. Gooch says, "This time of year is their mating season."
Gooch says the wet spring and summer has the cricket infestation starting a few weeks earlier than usual and its bigger than usual.
Mating season, according to Gooch, usually starts in mid-September and usually lasts 2 to 8 weeks.
This year's started in late August and will probably last closer to 8 weeks.
Gooch says normal pest control treatments will keep the bugs out of your home.
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