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Aerial treatments will slow spread of gypsy moths

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By The Staff

The USDA Forest Service and the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services plan to spray treatments from aircraft to control gypsy moth infestations this month, according to a news release.
The treatment is part of the national program to “Slow the Spread” of the gypsy moth. The treatment area includes approximately 34,525 acres of private and National Forest System lands in Wythe, Grayson and Smyth Counties.


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