Texoma farmers and residents are cursing grasshoppers that are damaging crops and irritating people in Texoma cities.
This summer is also bringing a loud, destructive annoyance back to Texoma-- grasshoppers.
Recent rains have started revitalizing scorched grass and plants around Texoma.
While that's great news for homeowners who are happy to see their yards green up again, could it cause a problem as grasshoppers find new food to eat?
Mechell Dixon spoke with an entomologist to find out more.
Temperatures across Texoma continue rising back toward those triple digits.
And, that's very good news for one insect but one that's getting homeowners and plant lovers all steamed.
Mechell Dixon's here to explain.