GREENCASTLE, Pa. — Mosquito spraying is scheduled today for portions of Antrim Township, Pa., the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection said in a news release.
The spraying is designed to control adult populations of mosquitoes, which can carry West Nile virus. Franklin County, Pa., had one human case of the virus confirmed this year.
Friday has been identified as a backup for spraying if the weather is poor today.
Biomist 3 + 15 will be sprayed from trucks.