Here’s Your Summer 2018 Miller Moth Forecast For Northern Colorado
It's that time of the year when the Millers make my skin crawl. The last few years haven't been moth-heavy summers, but here's what this summer will look like on a scale of 'Meh' to 'Kill them with fire.'
This summer is leaning pretty 'Meh,' which is great because I hate the Miller Moths. I turn into David Spade with a vacuum in Tommy Boy. Thankfully, according to the Coloradoan, 2018 will be the third year in Northern Colorado that the moth migration with be light and THANK GOODNESS FOR THAT, am I right?
I have already squished a few at home and at the office, and even in my car. So, how can you try to keep them away? According to a Colorado State University study, 'the best way to remove the moths is to swat or vacuum them or to attract them to traps.'
Thank you once again, David Spade.
CSU also recommends suspending a light bulb over a bucket partially filled with soapy water so they can fly to the light and then drown a soapy death. Beautiful.