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Forests Under Attack: The History, Dispersal and Management of Gypsy Moth

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Forests Under Attack: The History, Dispersal and Management of Gypsy Moth

August 18 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Invasive Species Centre Webinar Series

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Date:
August 18
Time:
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Event Categories:
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Website:
https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/2378727844159323151

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Invasive Species Centre
Phone:
705-541-5790
Email:
info@invasivespeciescentre.ca
Website:
www.invasivespeciescentre.ca

5 thoughts on “Forests Under Attack: The History, Dispersal and Management of Gypsy Moth”

  1. I missed the seminar , is there somewhere I can see it ?
    I have two properties in the Township of Tiny , 20 Jones Rd Bluewater Beach and 1148 Tiny Beaches Rd Sth Bluewater Beach , shoreline and backlot, both infested .
    Questions ..how much longer do you think the moths will be active in their current state of procreation ? I live the forest that abuts onto the Simcoe Forest , scraping egg masses is not possible . I believe that we need the County of Simcoe to spray the forest , how do we go about getting this message to the County and Tiny Township , can your organization take on this request ? I would hope that the devastation to our forest with no end in sight will outweigh the price of insecticide . When should this spraying be done to be effective on next year’s moth population . thank you , I anxiously await your reply and will share this information with my community .

  2. I got gypsy moth infestation in my apple orchard and a lot of pines, maples and other trees are dying. I need help. Live at concession 3 L0N 1 P0. A lot of larve on trees. I have pictures

  3. I live on the 15th Concession West in Tiny. Caterpillar & moth infestation was horrendous. Couldn’t even sit outside for about 2 months. Along with COVID that was horrible.
    SPRAYING NEEDS TO HAPPEN……

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