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Mosquito spraying Friday in GF, EGF, Grafton, Minto, Newfolden

Grand Forks and East Grand Forks have scheduled ground spraying for mosquitoes from 8 p.m. to midnight Friday. Residents may want to go inside for about a half hour until the aerosol cloud dissipates, the city of Grand Forks said in a news releas...

Grand Forks and East Grand Forks have scheduled ground spraying for mosquitoes from 8 p.m. to midnight Friday.

Residents may want to go inside for about a half hour until the aerosol cloud dissipates, the city of Grand Forks said in a news release. Residents should not walk, run or bike directly through the cloud behind the insecticide sprayer. Beekeepers should cover hives.

Spraying will be suspended if winds exceed 10 miles an hour or inclement weather strikes, according to the city.

Also, Airborne Custom Spraying has scheduled mosquito applications at 7 p.m. Friday over Grafton, N.D., Minto, N.D., and Newfolden, Minn. The product will not harm people, pets or gardens, but residents may want to stay indoors during spraying. Info: (218) 456-2465.

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