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2021-06-11T20:00:42.000Z
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154
Video Title:
Cicadas!, Let's Talk Gardens
Description:
Love them or hate them, this year the east coast is going to encounter a phenomenon that only happens once every 17 years. We will see billions of insects – more specifically, cicadas – crowding our region for a four-to-six-week period in the late spring through early summer. Smithsonian Gardens Plant Health Specialist Holly Walker will answer the pertinent questions – Where have they been? What’s the difference between Annual vs. Periodical Cicadas? What’s all that noise? What do they do? What are they good for? – and maybe convince us to respect their role in the environment.
Video Duration:
1 hr 29 sec
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Education  Search this
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