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Texas A&M AgriLife Extension is issuing a warning to farmers to keep the mosquito population from growing in the Rio Grande Valley. Mosquitoes tend to grow in numbers during the springtime, especially with the rain forecasted this week. Experts say farmers have large portions of land and need to thoroughly lookout for standing water.

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Mosquito’s might be his business, but public health administrator Dante Gonzalez got more than he bargained for when he tried to clean up a house in Victoria after Hurricane Harvey.

“Despite me wearing repellent and gloves and long sleeves, they were getting all over my clothes and in my face,” said Gonzalez, who works for the Protection Division of the Corpus Christi/Nueces County Public Health District. “It was a real battle slapping myself and trying to make sure I didn’t cut my arm off with a chain saw while mosquitoes were getting in my face and eyes.”