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05/27/2022

Spongy Moth, Formerly Gypsy Moth, Season Starts Soon

Deborah McCullough, Julie Crick, Mallory Marienfeld, Michigan State University Extension; and James Wieferich, Michigan Department of Natural Resources - May 11, 2022

If your area experienced an outbreak of spongy moth, formerly gypsy moth, last summer, you may want to visit the newly revised Michigan State University Extension Spongy Moth website with information on what to expect this summer and what you can do to protect your trees.

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