Gypsy Moth

Gypsy Moth has no known natural enemies and when the weather is either unusually warn in the winter or dry in the summer the insect's population ncreases. From may to early August it will consume one square meter of leaves. Gypsy Moth with a combination of droughts, air pullutants, other secondary insects and fungi, these can eventually kill the tree. There is biological insecticide that landowners can participate in the aerial spraying operation. Contact

Trees Unlimited Forestry Consultants at (905) 384 - 0789 or email at or visit the website at


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