HomeGrown 10/18/09 – Insects in Summer of ‘09 & Carnivorous Plants

by Brad Yost on October 18, 2009

The state of the insect population in Indiana and Kentucky – and secrets on how to grow the carnivorous plants that eat them – are the recipe ingredients for another great HomeGrown this week.  Purdue University entomologist Tom Turpin talks about how a cool, wet summer may have affected our insect populations – good and bad.  And Mike Gillooly, who lives near Charlestown, Indiana, explains his interest in carnivorous plants, how to grow them in Kentuckiana. Downloadable MP3

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