Did You Watch Heartland News Last Week?

If not, here's what you've missed!
 Japanese Beetles
Japanese Beetles are invading the Heartland.  Especially in southern Illinois where in the past week over 60,000 beetles were collected in beetle traps.
 Homemade Bug Remedies
Are you looking for a way to get rid of ants, flies, and other critters?  Our Jason Lindsey says there's a natural way that won't harm the kids or the animals and best of all it could save you some big bucks.  Click here for more homemade bug remedies for the garden.  
 Show-Me Science Day
You might want to ask off for October 3rd! Governor Matt Blunt declares this date "Show-Me Science Day" in Missouri. Blunt recently handed the proclamation to Science reporter Jason Lindsey in Jefferson City.
Kid Scientist - Weather Whiz Kid
Weather whiz kid Jackson Snyder is just one of many kids in the Heartland that are hooked on science.  Watch Jason's story to see what got Jackson hooked on weather.  Do you have a future scientist living next door to you?  If so, nominate them by sending Jason an e-mail.   
 Science Lab - An Acid or a Base?
It's a Science Lab that will have you testing to see if your next meal is an acid or a base.
 Science Lab - Boiling Water in a Paper Cup
It's another wowing Science Lab!  Science Reporter Jason Lindsey and Sikeston Jr. High School science teacher Richard Banville boil water in a paper cup.
What's the latest agriculture, environmental, and science news going on from the fields to the classrooms across the Heartland? Do you have any suggested story ideas concerning agriculture, environmental, and science topics? If so, send them to science reporter Jason Lindsey via e-mail, snail mail, phone, or fax.

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