Eastern Ontario in grip of worst Gypsy moth outbreak in 30 years
No doubt many of you have noticed that there are a lot of small white moths around this summer, and that many trees in the area are being eaten bare. They’re back, and the ideal conditions for Gypsy moths combined with their natural population cycles means they are here in record numbers.
Read more about them and the problems they pose, as well as what small measures you could take at least on your own properties to try and lessen their impact.
The following article was featured in The Belleville Intelligencer: